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The Foundation’s Benita Dodd writes in an op-ed in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution of September 17, 2012, that raising the speed limit can be a safe move in the right direction.

It’s a safe bet.

It’s also planning ahead: “Smart” cars that can automatically keep a safe distance from other vehicles — and can even operate driverless — already promise to be the wave of the future.

They increase lane capacity, improve traffic flow, set higher safety benchmarks and avoid human error.

Google recently announced that its driverless cars had traveled 300,000 miles without incident.

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