My daughter was driving home from college in her 2012 Ford Fiesta on Route 91 when she was stopped for speeding. The officer cited her for going 87MPH. I don't know if this is 4 cylinder with a manual trans can even go that fast (at least not without shaking itself apart). This was the first time she was ever stopped, so she was a bit flustered and said nothing about her speed at the stop. She showed me the ticket, which revealed the speed was only estimated. No radar. And, the officer was not following my daughter; he pulled out from the side of the highway. So, he could not have been pacing her. She and I don't believe that she could have been traveling anywhere close to 87. I am not saying she was under the limit (55) but she assures me that the typically doesn't go over 70 (which is probably the comfortable max speed for her vehicle). I know police are trained to make visual estimates. But, how accurate are they? Is this something worth contesting in court?