Some of us have had speeding tickets, some of us have not.  Either way, this is an interesting look at the numbers.

The good folks at NerdWallet figured out the total cost of being ticketed for driving 20 mph above the speed limit in each Colorado city as reported by KDVR.  This also includes the auto insurance rate increase that typically comes with being busted. While the ticket itself might only cost $232, your total cost over a period of years could be several times that, the website reported.

Based on your area, it may cost you a little more or a little less.

The bottom line: Don’t speed. And if you do, don’t do it in Fort Morgan, Castle Rock, or Evans.  Check out the numbers in the graph below.