Drivers are being reminded to reduce their speed today or else face prosecution.

'National Slow Down Day' is underway until 7 tomorrow morning (Sat), with Gardai out in force in a bid to clamp down on those speeding.

157 people died on our country's roads last year - with one in three involving speed.

Garda Chief Superintendent Finbarr Murphy says initiatives like this are an important reminder to remain within the speed limits.

Drivers are being reminded to reduce their speed today or else face prosecution.

'National Slow Down Day' is underway until 7 tomorrow morning (Sat), with Gardai out in force in a bid to clamp down on those speeding.

157 people died on our country's roads last year - with one in three involving speed.

Garda Chief Superintendent Finbarr Murphy says initiatives like this are an important reminder to remain within the speed limits.

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