Driving at high speed is a very significant traffic violation that directly affects the number of accidents. In 2008, the World Health Organization’s Rapid Management RapidRadio adopted a definition of speeding behavior at high speeds above the legal speed limit or at high speeds that do not exceed the legal speed limit but are unsuitable for the circumstances.
In other words, when deciding whether the speed of a vehicle is high, both the legal speed limit and the environment in which the vehicle is located need to be considered.
As the speed increases, the vehicle becomes harder to control. In some cases this can lead to accidents by combining with environmental conditions. In particular, high speeds can be the direct cause of accidents in the case of curved road segments. In addition, a vehicle traveling at high speed needs more distance than a barrier that requires stopping.
Prevention of overspeed provides a concrete benefit in reducing the psychological, social and economic costs of accidents and accidental losses, as well as reducing environmental costs such as air pollution and noise.