It makes sense that traffic is down because of the state's Stay At Home order, so I guess it also makes sense that drivers would be tempted to go faster on the more open roads. California's Highway Patrol is reporting a record number of speeders since mid-March. They've ticketed 2,500 drivers that were speeding over 100 miles per hour, and so far the top speed was 165 miles per hour. One thing they're doing to combat the speeding problem is posting messaging on their electronic signs that say "If you must travel, do not speed." Click the link in the tweet below to read more!