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Comment: 20, 55, 75 - Evidence supports my statement.

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20, 55, 75 - Evidence supports my statement.

Speed is a factor (not necessarily a cause) in 33% of fatal car accidents.

That means it is NOT a factor in 66% of fatal car accidents.

Further, the increase in the speed limit did not cause accident rates to go up, NOR did the reduction (I believe by Carter), cause them to go down.

If someone drives at unsafe speeds, that they are not comfortable with, in a reckless way, risking their own life, their car/property and potentially harm to others --

You will deter them with a $100 fine? Seriously?

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