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How common is speeding?

From driving while intoxicated by alcohol or drugs to failing to yield, traffic offenses take many forms. However, drivers sometimes find themselves facing charges after they are pulled over for speeding. From unlawful road races to simply driving a few miles over the speed limit on accident, the details from one incident to another often vary. Moreover, these offenses could interfere with your ability to drive, which could make it hard for you to take care of daily responsibilities, such as getting to and from your job.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, speeding played a role in 30 percent of deadly motor vehicle accidents during 2013. Moreover, the number of lives lost as a result of speeding increased by more than 200 from 2011 to 2012. The NHTSA reports that speeding is among the most widespread causes of traffic collisions and that young male drivers tend to have the greatest chance of being involved in a deadly accident as a result of driving over the speed limit.

 While speeding can be a serious problem for drivers who are pulled over, there are many other types of traffic-related offenses that can wreak havoc and interfere with a person’s future. As a result, if you are struggling because of these matters, it is vital for you to research any of your choices and do your best to move forward. Some people may think that traffic offenses are relatively insignificant. However, these violations can upend your life, whether you struggle with working in a particular field in the future or cannot even drive to work. 

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