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Yes. Going under the speed limit is (-) going over the speed limit is (+) going on the speed limit is (0)
28 miles per hour. ( aprox )
Five hours, not counting stops for gas or food. Or traffic tickets, if your route includes any segments where the speed limit is less than 60 MPH.
About 33 miles per hour.
Speed limits are based on the road, not the driver. Thus, unless another limit is specified, such as for trucks over a certain weight, the same speed limit applies to all drivers on that road.
A driver who drives way below the speed limit.
same as driver
The cast of Speed Limit - 2009 includes: Jeffrey Sipke as Driver
You can't. You need to do get the car, paint it up, doo the speed test, then keep it. Then, enter the codes and then they WILL work. I have that game and that's what I did.
*traffic signs, (stop sign=octogon, yield=equilateral triangle, do-not-enter=circle, street sign&speed limit=rectangles, etc.) *street lines=rectangle/ parallel lines don't know if this is what you're looking for...?
you'd need to look for a speed limit sign and ur question shall be answered
Was a time when the US Feds proclaimed 55 as the maximum speed limit. The red line was to show the driver the OK vs NOT OK speed level. Quaint, huh?
A yellow speed limit sign is on designed as a cautionary measure. They inform the driver that a road condition(generally a curve or hill) is coming and that a recommended speed for safety is advised.
According to the California DMV, the speed limit in any alley is 15 MPH. This question is on nearly all the practice tests for the driver license.