A Different Perspective on Speeding

We've all seen billboards saying "Speeding Kills". But why does speeding kill? Most people would say if you drive fast the impact of the collision will be greater, and the greater the collision the greater the chance of dying. This is true. Another reason why speed kills is the faster you travel the less you see. So as your speed increases you ability to scan for hazards efficiently decreases. Lets see an example... Driving at 50 mph means you are moving close to 75 feet per second. Increasing your speed to 60 mph means you are moving close to 90 feet per second. Human vision is only high definition in an extremely small area. Outside this area our vision becomes blurry (as in perip

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