"Driver motivations, beliefs, and attitudes were found to be highly significant predictors of both the odds of any speeding on a trip (who speeds), and the amount of speeding on a trip (who speeds the most)."
Motivations for Speeding, Vol. 1: Summary Report August 2012 Washington, DC: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
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The average crash costs an employer
That's a significant cost to your bottom line and your company's reputation. With the cost of a crash, it's easy to lose track of all the hidden expenses associated with at-risk driving, such as:
Suspension: Persistent hard braking prematurely ages a vehicle's suspension
Brake Damage: Brakes overheat due to hard braking, reducing their lifespan
Exhausts and Clutch: Fast acceleration stresses the vehicle's clutch and exhaust
Fuel Efficiency: Poor driving can reduce fuel economy by 45%