One morning recently, Barry received a speeding ticket between dropping off one of his brother's at the private school the younger boy attends and reaching the campus where he attends high school.
As your deal is concluding, one of Barry's older brothers overhears and starts to complain. After all, when he'd received a ticket, he'd not only had to pay it, he'd gotten paddled as well.
It is true that you sometimes add CP in excess of the ticket, but that's only in unusual circumstances.
That begs the question, how would you handle Barry in each of these situations?
1) You'd reminded him several times that he'd need to leave early to be on time after dropping his little brother off, but he left at practically the normal time, so you assume he was speeding to make it to his own class on time.
2) He was speeding to be on time, because there'd been a fender bender in front of his brother's school, and he was held up for almost ten minutes while they exchanged information.
3) He was late because he stopped at the convenience store for an energy drink.