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The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and Governors Highway Safety Association will jointly host a forum in April to address the ongoing problem of speeding, which is a factor in about 10,000 roadside fatalities each year.

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Speeding Declines After Boston Reduces Limit

Speeding declined significantly in Boston, after the city lowered the limit to 25 miles per hour from 30 mph, according to new analysis from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety released today.

Delaware Leads Nation in Reckless Driving Enforcement

Delaware has earned the top spot as the strictest state for reckless driving in a recent national analysis. The nation's first state issues the highest number of penalties, and ranks eighth in enforcing speed limits. Virginia ranks at the top of the list for enforcing speeding.

U.S. Road Deaths Rise 5.6% in 2016

Speeding, alcohol impairment and failure to buckle up contribute to the disturbing trend, according to newly released data from NHTSA.

Keys to Managing Fleet Safety With Telematics

While telematics systems are designed to improve fleet safety, merely installing a system isn't enough — it's how you manage the data and alerts with your drivers that really makes the difference.

Driver Texting Still Widespread

New survey results from the AAA Foundation indicate that 31.4% of drivers admit to typing or sending texts or emails behind the wheel in the past month.

The Truth About Speeding

As this video from the National Safety Council shows, drivers can offer up plenty of flimsy justifications for speeding. But the simple truth is that speeding is a major cause of fatal collisions. For the full fleet safety tip on speeding, click here.

Crashes Cost U.S. Employers $47.4B

Speeding resulted in $8.4 billion in crash-related expenses, with distracted driving close behind at $8.2 billion, according to a new report from NETS.

87% of Drivers Admit to Unsafe Behavior

A new report from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety highlights how widespread distracted driving, speeding, drowsy driving, red-light running and impaired driving are in the U.S.