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Insurance Report Says 36 Percent of Drivers Admit Running Red Lights

May 03, 2005

LOS ANGELES — According to a report from Farmer's Insurance, 36 percent of drivers admitted to running red lights last year, according to KNBC News.Seven of the drivers polled admitted to being serial red-light runners, blowing through 20 or more a year. Many argue that it would help by lengthening the yellow light. Prolonging the yellow cut violations by 6 percent in Mesa, Ariz. The most recent statistics show the worst state for red-light runners is Arizona.
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