Most state and ours have a gradual fine system;
Here in Vermont the fines are at a certain level from 0-15mph over the speed limit, then they go up from 16 to...mph.
I have found most state are like that and if you stay at the outer rim of the first fine level you will NEVER get a ticket on the highway. I know NH and NY are exactly the same.
I always drive on cruise control at 79 MPH and have not gotten a ticket in three years.
Driving a truck or an SUV helps back in my "Porsches-Corvette" days they were all over me deservedly so.
Also get a few "State Trooper" or "Policeman Brotherhood" support sticker by giving a few $100 bucks to the local chapters it beats the crap out of any Radar Detectors. When you get stopped make sure they are on the driver side back window or thru it, so the officer sees them, and NEVER mention it, I have gotten the "Be careful Mr. Harvie" instead of a ticket about 15 times in the last 5 years, I also readily admit to them what I was doing wrong the "I couldn't of been going that fast" crap is trounced on these guys every other minute. On the other hand a Radar detector will kill you with these guys.
In the end if you feel like beating on something for pleasure, I found beating my boat or myself has less damaging consequence than my car with law enforcements and it feels just as good.