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RetiredRealtorRick

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Posted: 09/20/21 06:02pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

ferndaleflyer wrote:

The only hazard is the fool that don't know there is a slow lane over there in the right. And in how many states are you obliged to go 55 when towing. My old Dynasty w/ 450 hp would run 90 all day long in Texas but when I hit CA it was back to 55 because I was towing. I have seen min speed 0f 40 some places but the last I knew we all paid for those roads and if you hit someone going slower than you like guess what, ITS YOUR FAULT!


Thank you Captain Obvious [emoticon]

The only 40 mph speed postings you will see on US Interstate highways are MINIMUM speed limits (unless you're talking about exit ramp posted speeds [emoticon])

Also, in many jurisdictions it is illegal to drive more than 15 mph slower than the posted limit -- impeding the flow of traffic.


. . . never confuse education with intelligence

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