Think Your Car Is a Cop Magnet?

DETROIT ( TheStreet) --Surprisingly, drivers of luxury cars, like the Mercedes M Class below, believe they are less likely to get away with a traffic violation than drivers of cheaper cars.

That's the conclusion of a new survey on traffic violations by, which matches shoppers with people trying to get out of auto leases.

The Miami-based firm recently polled 2,017 drivers, asking whether they believed they could get away with a traffic violation based on what they drive. Among the drivers, about 500 owned vehicles in each of four categories: luxury, economy, mid-sized and SUV/truck. The company asked the drivers about the likelihood of getting tickets for speeding, red light infractions and parking fines.

Read on for our gallery of wheels whose owners think are most likely to flag the cops.

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