SUN HERALD FILE 
 A Mississippi Highway Patrol officer cites a speeding motorist on Miss. 603 in Hancock County. Mississippi is on the lower end of average insurance rate increases for motorists caught driving 31 mph or more over the speed limit, but that could soon change because of the state's high accident rate per insured driver.
SUN HERALD FILE A Mississippi Highway Patrol officer cites a speeding motorist on Miss. 603 in Hancock County. Mississippi is on the lower end of average insurance rate increases for motorists caught driving 31 mph or more over the speed limit, but that could soon change because of the state's high accident rate per insured driver. CARA OWSLEY THE SUN HERALD
SUN HERALD FILE A Mississippi Highway Patrol officer cites a speeding motorist on Miss. 603 in Hancock County. Mississippi is on the lower end of average insurance rate increases for motorists caught driving 31 mph or more over the speed limit, but that could soon change because of the state's high accident rate per insured driver. CARA OWSLEY THE SUN HERALD