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3 Dangers of Speeding

3 Dangers of Speeding

Even though speeding is common, it is a very dangerous behavior and should be avoided at all times.

There’s hardly any benefit to speeding at all. In fact, speeding barely even saves time. Studies show you only save about a minute for every ten miles driven when you travel at 65 miles per hour (mph) as opposed to 55 mph.

Read on to learn three reasons why speeding is so dangerous.

#1 - You have less reaction time.

When you are driving faster than you should be for the present road conditions, you have significantly less reaction time than you would if you were traveling at the proper speed.

The unexpected can occur at any time, so it’s always important to be on high alert behind the wheel so you are ready and prepared for anything that can happen.

#2 - You’re more likely to lose control of the vehicle.

The faster you drive, the less control you have over your vehicle. This makes speeding particularly dangerous because if you must quickly maneuver in order to avoid a collision, you may not be able to do so without losing control of the vehicle.

#3 - If a crash does occur, your injuries will likely be more serious.

Driving faster than the road conditions allow can not only cause a crash more easily, but when a crash does occur, anyone involved is more likely to be seriously injured.

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If you’ve sustained injuries due to another’s negligence, you may be able to recover compensation for your damages. Our team has helped many other people in similar situations and we may be able to help you too. Don’t delay—reach out to us with your questions right away.

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