Drivers of the cars mentioned in this article are the most likely commit offences according to an analysis of over 6m car insurance quotes. These are drivers in the UK who have possibly sought the expertise of a driving offence solicitor the most compared to other users of the roads in the country.
Following a long debate, it has now been confirmed that BMW drivers are more likely to be involved in motoring offences than other drivers on the UK roads. BMW 730d has received the most motoring convictions. according to the MoneySuperMarket study. The research showed that 21% of drivers of the £60, 000 vehicles have received a conviction in the past 5 years.
The impressive Aston Martin DB9 and Porsche Panarema came up second in a tie of 20% of conviction rate.
Maserati Ghibli and Audi drivers also recorded a significant record of motoring offences with 19% and 18% respectively.
Drivers of Citroen ZX have been found to be the most law-abiding ones although the production of the humble model has been discontinued for 2 decades now. Since 2013, only 1% of these drivers were convicted for motoring offences.
Take a look at the summary of the vehicles whose drivers have had a high need for a driving offence solicitor.
5 vehicle models whose drivers are more likely to have picked up motoring convictions in the past half a decade:
- BMW 730d, 21%
- Porsche Panamera, 20%
- Aston Martin DB9, 20%
- Maserati Ghibli, 19%
- Audi A9, 18%
5 vehicle models whose drivers are least likely to have picked up motoring offences convictions in the past half-decade:
- Citroen ZX, 1%
- Perodua Keelisa, 2%
- Rover 416, 3%
- Ford KA 2, 3%
- Rover 414, 3%
A second poll involving 2,000 drivers revealed another finding of the colour of the cars that have been caught the most times speeding, especially those living in Scotland. Grey cars drivers are the most offenders with 33% of these admitting being ticketed in the last 5 years. 31% of black cars drivers came in second with followed by blue cars whose drivers make 29% of the speeding offenders.
When the location is considered, Scottish drivers came in first by picking up 10% of speed convictions followed by those in Yorkshire, Humber and Wales who picked 9%. London drivers and those in Northern Ireland were the least likely to speed accounting for only 6% of these convictions. This report is as helpful as it is interesting. You can tell which model of a vehicle had had many convictions for speeding offences. It would be sensible to assume these are the drivers who have sought motoring offences solicitors the most.