Date: Wed, 31 Mar 1999 14:50:58 GMT
From: Bob_Landrynopsamoot.com (Bob Landry)
Subject: Re: Max speed limit in US?


On 31 Mar 1999 08:45:45 -0500, bhurle1nopsam.edu (hurley bryan) wrote: >at least 75, and none in parts of montana > >Bryan > > >In article <7dobp6$p22$1nopsammn.news.rcn.net>, >Nichole Cutulle <nicholecutullenopsamcomnopsamcom> wrote: >>65 >> >>-- >>Nichole >>nicholecutullenopsamcom >>Johnny RosÚn-Lidholm <lidholmnopsam.se> wrote in message >>news:7do99f$kcp$1nopsam.lth.se... >>> Just out of curiosity, what is the maximum speed limit in the US? >>> >>> The reason I wonder is because several messages lately has been about >>tyres >>> and at what speed the different tyres are most appropiate etc. I want to >>> know to be able to compare what a person in the US means by saying he >>drives >>> long distances at high speed. >>> >>> How many of you drive a lot faster than allowed over long distances, I >>mean >>> Saabs are not really slow cars... ;-) >>> >>> /Johnny >>> '81 Saab 900 GL >>> '87 Saab 900i >>> >>> >> >> > To all you folks who STILL think there is no speed limit in Montana, I would advise you to try driving there in major excess of 75 mph, and then explain to the local justice-of-the-peace why you were doing that. I say local JP because, if you're stopped, you're usually invited to follow the officer back to that official's office (a truck stop in my last experience here in Utah) and settle your fine (substantial) immediately. Landlocked in Utah, dreamin' of the Islands...

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