In most cases ... not all vehicles have a 90kph limiter, depending on
fuel and age, some can still have 60mph limiters (e.g. older horseboxes
above 3.5t) other specialist vehicles e.g. emergency service vehicles
have not limiters.
Well at the bottom of my road which is often so full of parked cars any
large vehicle would soon get stuck. The council has a huge picture of a
truck with a line through it and the Tonnage in both imperial and metric on
the sign. You still get them trying to come up the road cos their sat nave
tells them its a faster route to the M25.
I rest my case.
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The meaning of the "derestriction" sign varies - I think it's 70 for
dual carriageways and 60 for single. Also sometimes they change the
meaning temporarily, such as in the 70s when it meant 50 mph (I think)
for a while when fuel was in short supply.
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