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The Dangers Of Speeding

It happens all the time: you are driving on Interstate 40 when another vehicle zooms past you going way over the speed limit. Chronic speeders put everyone in danger of catastrophic injury in a violent highway collision.

How do wrong-way highway accidents happen?

Imagine you are driving on Interstate 40 one night when suddenly you see the headlights of another vehicle coming straight for you. Perhaps nothing is scarier than a driver going the wrong way on the interstate, because the odds are good that he or she will cause a deadly car accident.

Why fatalities are so common on Arkansas's highways

Recent data shows that driving in Arkansas is more dangerous than in most other states. Namely, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), we have the 6th-highest death rate for drivers and passengers of motor vehicles. For every 100,000 travelers, Arkansas sees nearly 14 fatalities. The U.S. average is less than half that.

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