Tennessee ranks second lowest in speed related accident fatalities
August 24, 2023
Speeding-related crashes are far too common in the United States, accounting for 11,258 of the 38,824 auto accident fatalities in 2020.
With speeding resulting in increased stopping distances, reduced effectiveness of protective equipment and greater crash force, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that fast drivers cause 29% of all deadly accidents. These lead-footed motorists are responsible for an average of 30 deaths daily and one death hourly throughout the U.S.
Risks aren’t shared equally, though. Data analyzed by Forbes Advisor revealed the safest and most dangerous states when it co...