The dangers of speeding




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Published on Dec 5, 2017

Every year, on average 60 people die on Queensland roads as a result of speed-related crashes. A further 560+ are injured. The majority are hospitalised. But still most people admit to speeding, because they think they’re in control, or they think they’ll get there quicker. The fact is, the faster you go, the longer it takes to stop. You’ll only be saving seconds, (if any at all) and doubling your changes of crashing. So stick within the limit, check your speed regularly, slow down in the wet, drive to the conditions, and put the brakes on speeding.

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