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    Using the ABC theory of behavior 3-4 reasons why drivers frequently exceed posted speed limits. How could we use the theory to decrease speeding? Be specific, and provide examples in your discussion.

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    Drivers like to go above the speed limit for a number of reasons. They like the feel of it. They like going faster and breaking what seems to be a small rule to them, and therefore they are daring. It is easier to go above the speed limit to keep up with traffic or to pass slower traffic.

    The speed is activated by the need to feel a little reckless or to get someplace quicker because they are running later than they feel. A little over the speed limit seems to be a way to break a common rule and not really be too bad. In ...

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    The expert examines environmental safety behavior. The reasons why drivers frequently exceed posted speed limits.

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