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Speeding Kills
Speed Statistics
In 2011 376 lives were lost on the road, mostly as a result of negligent driving by males between the ages of 17-25.

Exceeding safe speeds: most drivers (89 per cent) admit they exceed the speed limit at least some of the time.

Males between the ages of 17-25 are recognized as 'risk takers', this is reflected by high insurance premiums.
Affects of speeding
So why do People Speed?
Peer pressure
To impress others
Running Late
For the "thrill"
Bibliography
Images
Speeding Statistics
Young vs Old drivers
Speeding not only affects the driver in which caused the crash but it also affects:
pedestrians
victims
passengers
families
financial strain
How fast is too fast?
It is proven by the RTA and many road saftey organisations that up to 5km/h difference can make all the difference between ending a life and leaving a bruise.
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