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    Matt Case - June 13th, 2024 

    Survey Shows Majority of Americans Support Anti-Speeding Technology in Cars

    WASHINGTON  — Despite the tailgater pressing your bumper on the highway, a recent survey reveals a surprising trend: a majority of Americans favor the implementation of anti-speeding technology in their vehicles.

    According to a survey conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), over 60% of drivers expressed support for the inclusion of visual or audio warnings in their cars to alert them when they are exceeding speed limits. The findings suggest a growing acceptance of technological aids to enhance road safety.

    The survey also highlighted that nearly half of the respondents confessed to driving at least 15 miles per hour over the speed limit in the past month. This indicates a persistent issue with speeding among American drivers, despite their apparent willingness to embrace measures aimed at curbing it.

    As speeding remains a leading cause of traffic accidents, the IIHS advocates for the adoption of such warning systems to mitigate risks and improve compliance with speed regulations. The survey's results could influence future policies and automotive designs, aligning with public opinion on road safety enhancements.