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TRENTON, New Jersey (CNN) -- A New Jersey study suggesting black drivers speed more than other drivers was released this week despite federal government concerns about its accuracy.

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Hispanics were not significantly different from white drivers, but those classified as "other" were 18 percent more likely to speed, the study showed.

The study found that drivers younger than 45 were more than three times more likely to speed, and men were more likely to speed than women.

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According to the study findings, in the 65 mph zone where motorists enter the turnpike from Pennsylvania, drivers identified as African-American were 64 percent more likely to be speeding than those of similar age and sex who were identified as white.

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