Q: What percent of fatal collisions occurr on roads with posted speedlimits of 55mph or more?

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u posted the question in wrong way... it must be... 1099 and 1096 the answer is 1/625...

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Around 47% of fatal collisions in the United States occur on roads with posted speed limits of 55 mph or more. These higher speed limits increase the risk of severe and fatal crashes due to the increased impact forces involved in high-speed collisions.

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If the posted speed is not safe at that time