Traffic Deaths In US Lowest Since 1950

Traffic Deaths In US Lowest Since 1950

There are 2 comments on the WFMZ story from Sep 10, 2010, titled Traffic Deaths In US Lowest Since 1950. In it, WFMZ reports that:

The feds say the open road is a safer place to be these days. Traffic deaths are at their lowest level in six decades.

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#1 Sep 11, 2010
Figures that the police industry would try to grab some credit for this.
The more laws we have the safer we will be.
Want safer roads? Start here.\:
The PA driver education system, and especially the motorcycle course
is extremely lacking.

Bethlehem, PA

#2 Sep 11, 2010
Wow, cell phones, pagers, texting, 65 to 75 mph speed limits...

And the traffic deaths are at the lowest in six decades.

Remember this the next time some revenue agent (politico or police chief) wants a crackdown on some traffic violation.

Do we really need more smackdown laws like doubling of fines or cell phone laws?

I think the stats say NO.

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