Feel like you speed without even realizing it? You aren't alone.
A new study by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration found that more than a quarter of those surveyed said "speeding is something I do without feeling."
Not surprisingly, just as many said, "I enjoy the feeling of driving fast."
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The report comes as the federal government moves to curb fatalities linked to speeding through public service announcements, such as the Click It Or Ticket campaign. Nearly a third of all traffic deaths, almost 10,000 annually, are due to speeding-related accidents, according to NHTSA.
"This is another reminder, as the busy holiday season approaches, to obey speed limits, reduce speed in inclement weather conditions and allow plenty of time to arrive safely," Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said.
One of the more troubling findings from NHTSA's National Survey of Speeding Attitudes and Behavior involves the idea that drivers think they have the skills to avoid deadly crashes at high speeds. Sixteen percent of those surveyed said they feel "driving over the speed limit is not dangerous for skilled drivers."