velocitize

ve·loc·i·tize

 (və-lŏs′ĭ-tīz′)
intr. & tr.v. ve·loc·i·tized, ve·loc·i·tiz·ing, ve·loc·i·tiz·es
To become or cause to become accustomed to traveling at a high speed so that when entering a zone in which the speed limit is reduced, especially a highway exit ramp, the driver tends to drive too fast.

[Probably velocit(y) + -ize.]
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