That's actually pretty interesting. There seems to be an overabundance of speed related crashes, but I'm sure they're just reporting what the police told them.Individual reports on the nation's 3,100 counties — including maps plotting the most recent fatalities color-coded by risk factor — can be seen at www.scrippsnews.com/killerroads.
But then I read the article more...
I can't believe that's what's actually happening. I can believe the police in California are encouraged to check the "speed" box on the accident report...The study found enormous geographic differences in the reported rates of risky behavior. Speeding was reported in only 9 percent of the fatal accidents in New Jersey but cited 44 percent of the time in South Carolina.
During holiday weekends you're sure to see the aftermath of a fatal accident on I-15. Not cool to see an overloaded minivan rolled, with kids suitcases and clothes all over the road.