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We get it. We’re in a rush to get where we need to go, but it doesn’t excuse putting the pedal to the metal and speeding. The reality is speeding puts you and others on the road at risk. It’s harder to control the vehicle and make adjustments to any changing traffic or road conditions. There’s a reason we have speed limits. It is the maximum allowable speed for that particular roadway, not a suggestion.

So what’s the hurry? Hitting the gas so we can just take it slow? Not so fast. Follow the posted speed limit and go safely. You’ll get there eventually so you might as well drive safely!


$231 to $1,000 fines for speeding, including points against your record and a suspended license
Increase in speeding citations on California highways during March and April 2020 compared to previous year
The number of people were killed on California roads due to speed-related crashes in 2017
Percentage of people in 2019 OTS Statewide Traffic Safety Survey that thought it was safe to drive 10 miles over the speed limit on freeways
Percentage of those killed in crashes on California roads in 2017 that were speed-related
Citations issued by California Highway Patrol officers for speeding in excess of 100 miles per hour from March 19 to April 30, 2020
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