Coral Springs, FL, July 13, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Viewpoints Industry TV will look at the most commonly-encountered traffic woes and how this gridlock might be alleviated. Stress is well known as one of the great killers of Americans and nowhere does stress build up to insurmountable proportions more frequently than on the road. Experts have offered a number of suggestions, but the jury is still out on a number of them. One idea is that our speed limits are too low and need to be elevated. Many feel that speed plays a big role in highway fatalities that are already way out of control, while others say higher speeds (legal, that is) will lead to fewer entanglements because of traffic tie-ups. Some have suggested variable speed signs that can change the speed limit in real time according to criteria like road conditions, time of day, weather. Smart phone apps that monitor and report real-time driving conditions can help, too, so long as there is a second person in the car to monitor the smart phone. We don't need any more reasons for drivers to be looking at their phones while driving. Finally, and probably the hardest to deal with, is the driving habits of individuals. The form of driver education or incentives that can change people's habits has not yet been discovered.
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