Flinders voters have their say

Voters from the Flinders electorate were asked if they thought a speed limit reduction from 110 to 100 kilometres an hour would make regional roads safer.

Click through the photos above to see what people had to say. 

Sarah Traeger, 25 of Cleve: "It would mean more time on the road which means you get more fatigued and you wouldn't be able to pass trucks."

Sarah Traeger, 25 of Cleve: "It would mean more time on the road which means you get more fatigued and you wouldn't be able to pass trucks."

Paul Gillings, 48 of Cleve: "No, people don't pay attention to speed limits anyway."

Paul Gillings, 48 of Cleve: "No, people don't pay attention to speed limits anyway."

Nathan Haines-Darby, 23 of Cleve: "No, it's not speed limits that are the problem, its drivers."

Nathan Haines-Darby, 23 of Cleve: "No, it's not speed limits that are the problem, its drivers."

This story Flinders voters have their say first appeared on Eyre Peninsula Tribune.

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