So at 7am on a Sunday morning... On the first leg of my drive from San Diego, CA to Houston, TX... With practically NO cars on the road, I get a speeding ticket for "84+" in posted highway speed of 75. So from Houston, I have to figure out how to deal with the pointless bs that is a defensive driving course. The Arizona DPS outsources this whole process to a piece of sh*t company called NTSI. After finally getting through the registration process over the phone to minimum wage morons, I was given login and password to an online course. The course is 4.5 hours on reading/quizzes that you must pay full attention to, because the whole time it randomly pops up security questions to make sure you are taking the course yourself, and if you miss one, you're disqualified. Then after you finally manage to get through that, you have to take a written exam, in front of a freekin' authorized notary. So now on top of all of that, now I've got another issue. The deadline to complete the course is Friday, and I just found out the NTSI people sent my written exam the wrong address... Now I have to call the court to see if I can get an extension, and the freekin' court won't even answer the phone! It just rings and rings. This whole thing is one of the most frustrating thing I've ever had to do (by design I'm sure). All of this, just for buzzing "to quickly" down the road, putting absolutely nobody in danger of anything. It's all just one system after another to rake in tax money to fund more systems. I have a lot of respect for the police and what they do, but a lot of times, I wish they would spend more time actually protecting people rather spend all their time writing tickets for minor offenses. It's the "system" of it all that's the most frustrating. Errrrg! Any ideas? Anyone know any cops in Yuma?