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Whether you like it or not, speeding will eventually catch up with you — and it has the power to seriously wreck lives. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 11,258 people were killed in speeding-related traffic crashes, which were responsible for 29% of all fatal U.S. crashes in 2020.

Speeding may seem like a viable option when you’re running late, but it endangers everyone on and near the road. Not only is driving at an unsafe speed illegal, but it also compromises a driver’s ability to:

  • Navigate curves
  • Avoid potential obstacles
  • Stop quickly

As your speed increases, so does the distance you’ll cover before you can stop your vehicle — and all of these factors multiply your odds of a severe or even fatal crash.

Last Modified on Nov 22, 2023
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