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That said, you can now send us financial support to help with our costs. See more about that here.

Want a bot where you live? Support us as below, contact me, and I’ll see if I can help you.

Step 1: Subscribe

The first way to support this is to let us ping you an email when we post some fresh stuff on the blog. Keeping up to date on things here is a great way to help us! Often, the developer updates this site and writes the blog in the middle of the night – its great that you can have a read.

No, seriously, a lot of time and effort goes into writing this stuff up!

Just enter your email address below. What’s that; four seconds of your time? 🙂

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Unhappy with drivers putting people at risk for purely selfish reasons? Please consider sharing our content – its not going to cost you anything, but a few seconds of your time. The best way you can do this is by sharing content via social media, just use the icons on the right or bottom of each page. You’ll be done in a few clicks! Another four seconds?

Step 3: There isn’t one 🙂 You’re all done!

You’re all done in (probably) under ten seconds – awesome!

More proof you’ve done the right thing:

Speeding drivers kill many people on our roads. let’s not give them the chance to kill more on ours. The RAC says:

Exceeding the speed limit was reported as a factor in 7 per cent of all accidents, but these accidents involved 17 per cent of fatalities. At least one of exceeding the speed limit and travelling too fast for the conditions was reported in 13 per cent of all accidents and these accidents accounted for 27 per cent of all fatalities.

RAC safety FAQs

Personally, I don’t like the word ‘accidents’ here. You don’t accidentally break the speed limit; you break it willfully, or because you’re not paying attention. You get the idea though, speeding isn’t good.

Yeah but how bad really is speeding through Stanford Rivers? Look at our numbers.

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