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"Driving is not about how fast you can go. Rather, it's about how quickly you can stop in an emergency," Officer Hugh Holden, a traffic collision investigator with the California Highway Patrol's Aptos office. Speed is the number one contributor to traffic collisions. Another thought... Speeding is considered aggressive driving, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Check out this link http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov/people/outreach/safesobr/16qp/congestion.html for helpful information to stop in its tracks the temptation to drive aggressively. To name a few suggestions, motorists are encouraged to leave early, plan their trip, concentrate, relax, use public transportation and telecommute.
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