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Driving just a little bit slower can make you safer as it gives you more time to respond to hazards and unexpected situations on the road.
By driving at a slightly slower speed, you can react more quickly to potential hazards, stop your vehicle more efficiently, and maintain greater control over your car.
Speed is one of the key factors contributing to a crash’s severity. When you drive too fast, you have less time to react to hazards and are likelier to lose control of your vehicle. Driving slightly slower can reduce the risk of accidents and keep you and other road users safe.
Remember to always drive safely and appropriately for the road and traffic conditions, and be aware of any speed limits and road signs in the area.