No. Speeding is speeding. If they are not going slow enough for you to pass them without exceeding the speed limit, then don't pass them.
YES. You are going at a little over 64 km per hour - nearly twice the limit.
excessive speeding is going atleast 20 mph over the posted speed limit
you going to jail
It depends on how much over the speed limit you were going.
You can be ticketed for failure to adjust speed to traffic conditions.
No. Missouri has a speed limit just like everywhere else, and going over that limit (i.e. speeding) is illegal.
You were going too fast and exceeding the limit set for that road.The speeding ticket will show exactly what speed you were travelling.
The cost of the speeding ticket depends on how fast the driver was going, and it depends on the speed limit for the area.
Depends on the speed. It's less for going a couple of mph over the limit than it is for going 20 mph over the limit.
Excessive speeding is the driving beyond the neighborhood or the city's speed limit for a certain area. For example, if the speed limit is 50mph and someone drives at 51mph, that is speeding.
There are a number of punishments that can be given to a person caught speeding depending on the amount of speed in excess of the speed limit. Occasionally one will get away with a warning, but the majority of the time one is issued a speeding ticket at a fee that is related to how much over the speed limit the driver was going.