In other words, women and old people drive too slow on the freeway and they make sudden lane changes without looking in their review mirror or using the turn signals.HotRodSaint said:...raising the speed limit to 70 mph or more increases the risk of death for women and the elderly.
...higher speed limits don't increase the risk of death for young men.
...states didn't experience an increase in the overall number of traffic fatalities.
...fatalities...rose 10 percent for women and 13 percent for the elderly.
...no increase for men under the age of 65.
...higher speed limit increases the variance of driving speeds and thus the risk of accidents.
Why don't they just say what all of us already know instead of trying to spin it into another fake 'speed kills' study?