5. Convince the City Planners That They Screwed Up

Complex Says: Believe it or not, this can actually be done. When you get the ticket, take it to court. Assuming that you didn't pull some stupid stunt like the previously mentioned unintended acceleration gambit, you might be able to say legally that you were right and the speed limit was wrong. There's a street in every city where everybody goes 50 but it's zoned as a 35. There's a pretty good chance that the speed limit was last set there in 1953 and that current state law says it should be 45. Lots of people have killed two bird with one stone by getting out of a ticket and by getting a stupidly low speed limit raised.