Keep your eyes on the road, and watch out for the red and blue! Cops in Wyoming are cracking down in a big way. More than most other traffic enforcers in the entire countries.

Just over 500,000 people live in Wyoming, and last year, police gave out 46,366 tickets . . . or about one ticket for every 11 people.

But if you count Washington DC, they win by a landslide.  In 2009, there were just over 550,000 people living there, and over 434,000 tickets were given out.  That's one ticket for every 1.25 residents.

AND HERE'S HOW YOU AVOID BEING PULLED OVER . . .

  • Stay in the middle of the pack . . .
  • Don't change lanes more than you need to, and don't drive aggressively . . .
  • Avoid the left lane when you can.  You're much more likely to get pulled over when you're driving in it . . .
  • Find a car that's going the same speed or faster, then stay far enough behind it so THEY'LL get pulled over instead of you.
  • And finally . . . don't speed!