In the past, many drivers who were caught speeding on a city street would be ticketed for a $50 fine.

But in recent years, as traffic has grown, city and state officials have moved to crack down on people who run red lights.

Now, the fine can range from a few hundred dollars to more than $1,000.

The city of Columbus has a fine of $300, and the state of Pennsylvania has a penalty of $500.

In most states, you must be at least 21 years old to get a ticket, but many cities have waived the age limit.

But some drivers will still face a fine.

So if you’re caught driving in a traffic jam, here are some tips for avoiding a ticket.

1.

Never drive with a broken tail light.

Ohio’s law says you can get a $150 ticket if you don’t have one.

If you have a broken light, your best bet is to avoid the intersection and drive straight.

It’s a much safer route to go, so don’t be afraid to try it. 2.

Check the speed limit.

Ohio law says a car with a 30 mph speed limit has a legal speed of 70 mph.

If your car is at least 30 mph over the limit, you can be cited for a speeding violation.

3.

If the light is green, slow down.

Some states also allow a light to be turned green if there’s an accident, so drivers who have been ticketed may try to keep their speed down by not overtaking other cars.

But if the light isn’t green, don’t go around it, says Mary Ellen Nisbet, the director of the Ohio Department of Transportation.

4.

If there are no lights, try to stay on the right side of the road.

The rule in Ohio says that drivers can’t be ticket for speeding on the left side of a street or road unless there are traffic lights, traffic signals or other traffic-control devices on the street.

The Ohio Supreme Court said it has authority to grant a ticket based on a violation of a state statute, but courts have ruled that state traffic laws trump the Ohio Constitution.

5.

Check your brakes.

Ohio has a new rule for how to use the brakes when you’re stuck behind a car.

The law says drivers must slow down to 20 mph when the light turns green.

This is called “a reasonable speed.”

The state also says you must slow when you see other vehicles approaching from the opposite direction.

It says you should slow if you see a flashing green light, but don’t stop to stop when a red light appears.

6.

Be alert to your surroundings.

Ohio is one of four states that have a traffic-calming law, and it was adopted by the legislature last year.

Ohio prohibits all drivers from driving more than 35 mph over a limit, and drivers who violate the law face fines of up to $500, suspension of their driver’s license for up to two years and up to three years in jail.

It also prohibits any person who is in the same lane as another driver from going over the speeder’s speed limit or stopping for the camera to catch a violation.

7.

Get out of your car before the lights turn green.

Many people get pulled over by police because they are driving too fast.

But, if you know you can’t afford to pay a fine and can’t get out of the car, don, say your name and make an effort to exit the vehicle before the police arrive, says Elizabeth Schaeffer, a Columbus attorney who represents drivers who get tickets.

You may be able to avoid paying a fine, but you’ll have to pay for the court costs and attorney fees.

8.

Don’t be a dick to the cop.

Many Ohio cities have a stop-and-frisk program, where officers check the license plates of cars to make sure they’re not committing a crime.

If a car isn’t stopped, police can issue a ticket to a driver who is ticketed.

However, it’s illegal to say, “I don’t want to pay that ticket,” and you may get pulled aside and asked why you’re driving too slowly.

The officer can then search the vehicle and issue the ticket.

9.

If it’s a traffic stop, don.

Ohio police will try to make the stop as peaceful as possible.

Officers will ask for a description of the driver and the location of the light.

If officers can’t find the license plate, they will ask if there are any other lights.

If no lights are visible, they may then stop the car to look for the lights.

But you should be aware that sometimes police may have the wrong lights and will issue a speeding ticket instead.

10.

If police do find a light, it can be a good idea to get out.

Ohio allows you to use your turn signal to move through a stop sign, so you can