Speed Educational Resources
Protect your workers and your bottom line by educating your employees about the dangers and consequences of speeding on our roadways. Far too often, motorists ignore speed limits, and as a result, put lives at risk. No matter how many motorists are speeding, it doesnâ€™t make it legal or safe. Speed limits are posted for a reason — to reflect the safe speed for the roadâ€™s design.
Motorists need to understand that speeding is not an innocent activity. When you speed, you have greater potential to lose control of your vehicle; it takes longer to stop; you have less time available to avoid a crash — and the faster you drive, the harder you crash, meaning more severe injuries. Crashes affect everyone on the roadway, not just the speeder. Use the strategies and materials listed below in conjunction with statewide speeding campaigns, local community efforts, or at any time throughout the year.