National Database Goes After Drivers with Unpaid Speeding Tickets

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Do you have any unpaid speeding tickets? They could come back to haunt you. States are using a national database designed to track down problem drivers, including drivers with unpaid speeding tickets. If your name appears on the database you could find yourself unable to renew your driver's license.

That's what happened to a Missouri man when Florida went after him for a 1983 ticket.

FOX 4 Problem Solver Linda Wagar has the story.

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