according to a report released Monday by an auto safety group funded by insurers.
Nothing like some non-biased numbers to fuel your study, hmm?
That's like getting gun stats from the Brady Center.
posted on 11/24/2003 1:16:16 PM PST
(You may disagree with what I have to say, but I will defend to your death my right to say it)
I would expect the insurance industry to be interested in nothing but the truth about safety -- not what their preconceived notions are. I remember a study that showed that accident rates increase if speed limits are reduced too much. The reason is that some drivers will be going at a more rational 70 mph while law-abiding drivers (the ones with a lot of points on their license) tend to stay around 55 or 60. And the difference in speeds is what kills
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