Effective July 1, 2013 anyone convicted of speeding 25 miles over the posted speed limit in an urban area (most of the Chicagoland area is deemed such an area) is no longer eligible for court supervision and its principal benefit of the ticket not becoming a part of their “record.” The same amendment to the traffic statute precludes the judge from ordering court supervision if the speeding conviction is for driving 3o miles over the posted speed limit on a highway. In both cases a plea, or finding, of guilty will mean the ticket becomes a part of the driver’s record with the Secretary of State with all of the attendant consequences as to licensing and insurance.