Speeding can cost you more than the price of an expensive ticket, it could cost you your life. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s latest report, 9,262 people were killed in 2014 as a result of speeding, a total of 28 percent of all fatal crashes. Speeding goes beyond exceeding the posted limit. A driver is considered to be speeding if they are driving at a speed that is unsafe for certain road conditions. Construction zones, school zones, curved or steep roads, and certain weather conditions all call for a reduced speed. When these conditions are ignored, the possibility of an automobile accident is greatly increased.