Learn more about the science behind speeding – and explore the tools you can use every day to stay under the speed limit.
Let’s change the way we look at speed
How fast is fast enough to kill? Most people are surprised to learn that driving even a couple of kilometres over the speed limit can have devastating consequences. Sadly, in real life there’s no warning.
A world-first: using neuroscience to stop speeding
It’s a fact: 50% of speeding crashes happen at just 1-10km/h over the speed limit. Despite this, many road users still speed and it can have enormous consequences. It’s even more dangerous if you’re distracted and not watching the road.