Online provider of Texas defensive driving courses publishes an infographic detailing the phenomenon of exceeding the speed limit.
Online PR News – 03-February-2014 – SUGAR LAND, Texas – SUGAR LAND, Texas – Speeding is the cause of many car crashes and is often the root of poor driving habits. Is it really worth it? Texas Drive Safe, a leading website offering a state approved online Texas defensive driving course, has compiled an infographic that explores facts and statistics related to the nationwide phenomenon of exceeding the speed limit. The company has published "Speeding Is It Really Worth It?" on its website as a resource for both teen and adult drivers.
"The statistics about speeding are astounding," said Troy Caesar, vice president of Texas Drive Safe. "We were inspired to put together this infographic in the hopes that more people would be aware of the risks and dangers involved with speeding. When you see all of this information in one place, it really makes you realize that the modest time saved isn't worth all the extra risk."
The Texas Drive Safe infographic points out some interesting statistics, including the fact that the average cost of a speeding ticket and fees is about $150.
To learn more about the causes and effects of speeding and to see the infographic, visit http://www.texasdrivesafe.com/Speeding-Infographic.html.
About Texas Drive Safe
Texas Drive Safe (www.texasdrivesafe.com) offers a state-approved Texas defensive driving online course for those who have received a traffic ticket and need a state-approved driving safety course. Their site provides access to a number of online courses, including Teen driver ed, adult driver ed, and drug and alcohol driving awareness. Texasdrivesafe.com is owned and operated by Driver Training Associates, Inc., who has provided courses to the public, businesses and governmental agencies for more than 35 years. They have trained over 10 million drivers through classroom and online courses. Texas Drive Safe has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau serving Greater Houston and South Texas.