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Speeding… Who does it?. Samantha Peterson. Mandee -Lynn Benson. Liufau Uipi. Purpose. To determine who the typical “speeder” is Male or female? Age group? What time of day are people typically stopped? Are insurance companies being fair?. Statistics.

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speeding who does it

Speeding… Who does it?

Samantha Peterson

Mandee-Lynn Benson

LiufauUipi

purpose
Purpose
  • To determine who the typical “speeder” is
    • Male or female?
    • Age group?
    • What time of day are people typically stopped?
    • Are insurance companies being fair?
statistics
Statistics
  • List of people stopped for speeding in the month of January in Provo.

9 Females

26 Males

statistics cont
Statistics Cont.
  • Age of people stopped for speeding
are insurance companies being fair
Are insurance companies being fair?
  • Known to charge males 16-25 more for insurance
  • Used hypothesis to prove

Do Not Reject

what time of day are people stopped
What time of day are people stopped?
  • Hypothesis: People are stopped more during morning rush hour.
challenges
Challenges
  • Sample size
  • Are there more men on the road in general?
  • Are women being pulled over but receiving more warnings?
are women receiving more warnings
Are women receiving more warnings?
  • Surveyed 15 men and 15 women
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Males ticketed 90% of the time

  • Females ticketed 51% of the time
conclusions
Conclusions
  • Typical Speeder
    • Male in his 20’s
  • Are insurance companies being fair?
    • Yes, males 16-25 are in fact more likely to speed
  • What time of day are people more likely to speed?
    • During morning rush hour