The New York City Police Department was reportedly ticket happy in 2012, handing out over a million moving violations to drivers, with the most violations for talking on cell phones.
Citing department statistics, the Daily News says cell phone users were given more than 141,000 tickets.
Drivers who don't wear their seat-belts were also targets for tickets; they were hit with more than 131,000 of them.
Tens of thousands of tickets were handed out for offenses ranging from tinted windows to speeding on highways.
Officers from the 75th precinct in East New York, Brooklyn handed out the most tickets in the city, at almost 26,000.