Florida Governor Rick Scott vetoed Florida Senate Bill 392 (2014). Click here to review the governor’s veto letter. Had this bill become law it would have allowed the speed limit on certain highways in Florida to be increased to 75 mph, making auto accidents more likely to occur on Florida highways. This veto keeps Florida in the majority of states with speed limits not in excess of 70 mph. We previously posted about this bill, emphasizing the increased dangers of driving at higher rates of speed, including the occurrence and severity of an auto accident. No matter the speed limit, we ask you to slow down to help prevent and lessen the incidence of personal injury and wrongful death resulting from an auto accident.