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About Don’t Speed

Hi, my names Wayne, I would like you to introduce you to the Don’t Speed website. I set this up to raise awareness predominately to young drivers who use the public highway as a race track to teach them about the dangers and implications this brings.

Being a young driver myself and seeing first hand the problems speed can cause has driven me to set up this organisation. I hope you will find it useful, support the cause and join the growing community.

About the cause

The Don’t Speed organisation was set up by Wayne in order to raise awareness of the dangers that speeding causes. Don’t Speed is also a social network, we don’t want to bore people by simply telling them off, we want to help, that’s why we arrange events where people can legally speed and take their cars on the track as well as provide talks to outline the implications speeding can have not just on you, but your friends, family and colleagues.

About the founder

My names Wayne and I drive a Porsche Turbo, being only 24 when I got it i saw this as a great achievement for me. I love speed and going fast but as time has gone on I have realised that UK roads are not the place to exercise this. I want to share the same feeling with others and hopefully make a difference.

What can offer you or your organisation?

Talks and demos

When the power of the internet isn’t enough we can physically attend your school or college to give a chat about the dangers of speeding.

Legal Events

We hold and organise events where you can get your car up to speed legally, this is a great way to safely get it out of your system.