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Ye asked in Cars & TransportationCommuting · 2 months ago

What's the speed limit?

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  • God
    Lv 7
    2 months ago
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    The only real speed limit in the universe is the speed of light.

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  • 2 months ago

    It depends on your vehicle - hold the gas down and find out.

    If you see cop lights, ignore them - they are just jealous of how fast your car can go.

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  • 2 months ago

    Form 25 to 80 mph depending on where you are driving. 

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  • Jay P
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Whatever is stated on/by the road or, if it is not listed, the default speed limit set by the jurisdiction you're travelling through.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    1. The maximum velocity an item can reach.

    2. The Established Law of a government regarding the motion of a vehicle, as established by Engineers for the vehicles velocity in "IDEAL WEATHER"

    or an arbitrary ideal legal limit set by the  city council

    such as, 15 mph in parking lots of 10 cars or more capacity.

    Also, in my state there are general speed limits of 25 mph in city (first taxation district), 35¢ mph outside the first taxation  district and 15 mph in School districts,

    For easier enforcement there is also:

    52 mph Absolute speed limit on non-limited access roads.

    72 mph Absolute speed limit on limited access highways.

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  • 2 months ago

    Basically, the speed limit is defined as the fastest speed at which you can travel on a street, and stay within the law. (that is, without getting a traffic ticket). It's considered to be the safest speed at which a car can travel on a street.

    The speed limit in residential areas is 25 mph, whether it's posted (on a sign) or not.  On other streets, look for the speed limit sign, usually posted just past major intersections.  For most retail areas, 30 to 35 mph is the accepted speed limit.  For wider streets with a center median and more office type buildings and less stores, the speed limit may be 40 to 45mph.  On country roads, it often is 50 mph.  On highways, it's a range between 55 and 65 mph.  On turnpikes it can get up to 80 mph. 

    Much depends upon the state you live in (the laws they have), how wide the street is, what condition the street is in, and what kind of businesses line that street.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    There isn’t one. Go as fast as you want, especially in residential and school areas.

    • Ye2 months agoReport

      thank you

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