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Must-Know Speeding Statistics [Recent Analysis]

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"26% of all motor vehicle fatalities in the United States in 2019 were related to speeding."

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"15,551 fatal crashes in the United States involved speeding between 2015-2019."

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"Male drivers aged 15-20 years old are more likely to be involved in fatal crashes due to speeding."

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"In 2019, 33% of motorcyclists were speeding at the time of their fatal accident."

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"Speeding was responsible for the loss of 9,478 lives in the United States in 2019."

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"In 2017, 79% of motorists in the UK admitted to driving above the speed limit."

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"In 2016, an estimated 40% of speeding-related fatalities occurred on rural roads."

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"In 2019, 31% of drivers age 21-24 in fatal crashes were speeding at the time of the collision."

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"Speed limits in work zones lower crashes by around 7%."

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"In 2019, speeding-related traffic fatalities increased in 36 U.S. states, despite overall traffic fatalities decreasing."

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"About one-third of drivers involved in a fatal crash in Spain in 2015 were speeding."

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"The economic cost of speed-related crashes in the United States is estimated at $40.4 billion annually."

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"On average, 54% of speeding drivers in fatal crashes were not wearing seat belts."

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"In 2017, motorways accounted for 52% of all speeding offenses in the United Kingdom."

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"An estimated 34 million speeding offences occurred in the United States in 2017."

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"In 2016, under-21 drivers in California made up 38% of speeding-related crash victims."

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"In 2019, speeding in the European Union was responsible for 55% of road traffic fatalities among pedestrians."

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