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Speeding a deadly issue for teen drivers

12:46 PM, Jun. 28, 2013
Speed limits have been going up across the country since they repealed the 55-mph speed limit in 1995, meanwhile, speeding as a factor in fatal teen crashes is up, from 30 percent in 2000 to 33 percent in 2011.
Speed limits have been going up across the country since they repealed the 55-mph speed limit in 1995, meanwhile, speeding as a factor in fatal teen crashes is up, from 30 percent in 2000 to 33 percent in 2011.
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We forgot about speed.

To make roadways safer for teens, the nation has focused much attention on such critical issues as distracted driving and driving under the influence.

But speeding - which is arguably even more critical - has largely escaped such notice. Meanwhile, speeding as a factor in fatal teen crashes is ticking up, from 30 percent in 2000 to 33 percent in 2011, according to a new report from the Governors Highway Safety Association. ...

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