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National posted speed limits have risen 15 mph since 1973, when 55mph was the national speed limit. Currently there are 34 states that have posted speed limits of 70 mph or higher. Speed limits continue to rise while insurers argue for slower speed limits and harsher penalties for speeding. Reports from the U.S. Department of Transportation show that highway fatalities in 2009 were the lowest since the government began keeping these statistics in 1954. Recently, Tom Tom Inc., the maker of GPS navigation devices, recently released their findings from a study on drivers' speeds. The company analyzed speed data of customers from 45 states and Washington, D.C. The company found that most drivers abide by the posted speed limits.
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