More car trouble for D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty.

He was pulled over and ticketed near Chinatown on Wednesday night for failure to use a right turn indicator when turning from Ninth onto H Street.

“The mayor takes full responsibility,” spokeswoman Mafara Hobson told The Washington Examiner on Thursday.

Last year, Fenty got a $50 speeding ticket after a camera captured his Smart Car darting down the 5500 block of East Capitol Street. He also was involved in fender-bender, and earlier had to apologize for allowing a friend who was not a government employee to drive the city-issued Navigator.

Fenty is facing a $100 fine, thanks to a new law that that he helped enact in June. The old fine? $25. Fenty approved increasing 71 traffic fines as well as raising various business fees as part of an effort to balance the city’s budget.