There were 33 tickets given by officers of the Milton Police Department this week. Twenty-nine of those tickets were warning tickets.

Warning tickets are less serious compared to traffic tickets, because they don't impact car insurance rates or come with a fee. However, enough warning tickets can increase the likelihood of a traffic ticket.

Here are the top 4 reasons people got warning tickets from the Milton Police Department this week.

1. Vehicle not inspected within 15 days of Vermont registration: this offense accounted for 41.38% of all warning tickets this week.

2. 11-20 MPH over the speed limit: this offense accounted for 24.14% of all warning tickets this week. This type of ticket is for drivers who speed on local roads. 

3. 11-20 MPH over the speed limit: this offense accounted for 6.90% of all warning tickets this week. This type of ticket is for drivers who speed on interstate highways.

4. Condition of Vehicle: this offense accounted for 6.90% of all warning tickets this week.

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