A Colorado court has refused to let a college student pay a speeding ticket with coins, even though there is a coin-counting machine on the premises. Fort Collins municipal court workers said it would take too much time to count the coins Ted Nischan brought in to pay his $160 speeding ticket. Nischan said he didn’t understand why the court wouldn’t accept legal tender for his ticket, which he said he couldn’t afford to pay with funds from his bank account after paying rent. He said the coins had been counted by his bank, though he couldn’t afford the fee the bank would charge for transferring the money into bills. Meanwhile, 20 feet away from court workers were seen using a coin-counting machine used by parking offices.