Race tracks are fun for a lap or two. Driving fast under proper
conditions does not cause accident. Differential of speeds will even at
speeds below the limit. If the speed limit is 45 and one idiot drives
at 30, he is a danger. As is the guy driving at 65. Go with the flow
for maximum safety.
On 10/06/2016 11:54 PM, email@example.com wrote:
It's like that on I20 here. They were already dong 80 before the speed
limit went to 75.
I don't find the speed to be as big a problem as the increasing number
of big trucks (I20 is a common route for Mexican trucks going east).
It's not a good feeling, going 75 and not able to see much because
there's multiple trucks on 3 sides.
79 days until the winter celebration (Sunday December 25, 2016 12:00:00
AM for 1 day).
Post a speed limit: 25, 55, or 85, and an
American will automatically exceed it by at
America was founded by people who don't
like to be told what to do, of people who don't
like to be told what to do, for people who
don't like to be told what to do.
On Friday, October 7, 2016 at 7:02:52 AM UTC-4, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
That's a myth.
Given any set of conditions (width of highway, hills, curves, obstructions, visibility, etc.) 85% of drivers will automatically choose a safe speed. Speed limit signs have been proven to have no effect except where enforcement is very heavy.
Slow drivers are not a hazard IF they stay in the slow lane - but they don't. Jerks.
On Friday, October 7, 2016 at 6:02:52 AM UTC-5, email@example.com wrote:
You are so right. :-)
Maybe what we need is a separate lane with no speed limit.
It would have high walls on each side to protect the law abiding good drivers.
Let those drivers lower the gene pool and that would benefit society.
Ohio? The Ohio Turnpike really sucked if you were driving a truck. The
cops saw you as a moving piggy bank to be emptied. I even managed to get
busted in a car in Findlay. Admittedly I was doing 90 in a 45 but it was
2 in the morning and everyone was asleep. Conveniently, the cop had one
of those old credit card machines in the back seat and took American
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