California's 700 electronic highway signs will soon issue a simple warning: "If you must travel, do not speed"—advice that has been utterly ignored since the state first issued stay-at-home orders in March. With the Golden State's spacious highways being free of traffic for the first time in years, drivers have taken to the streets with a lead foot and a need for speed. Now police are claiming drivers aren't just going places in a hurry—they're actually doing so in a reckless manner—and they have the data to back it up.

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California's Social Lockdown Results In A Doubling Of Triple Digit Speeding Tickets

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