[Tagging] Roads with no speed limits
John F. Eldredge
john at jfeldredge.com
Sat Sep 3 17:23:37 UTC 2016
One city street here in Nashville, TN, USA went several decades with no
speed limit signs at all. Then, one day, it suddenly had "Speed Limit
30 MPH" signs every few hundred feet. My guess is that someone
successfully argued their way out of a speeding ticket, stating that
they weren't violating the speed limit because no speed limit was
posted, and that the court, and/or the public works department, decided
to make sure that no one else could use the same excuse.
On 08/28/2016 05:28 PM, Warin wrote:
> In Australia (and I'd think most other parts of the world)
> The speed limit sign you last saw is in effect untill you see another
> In Australia it might be 100 or more miles between signs.
> On 8/29/2016 7:51 AM, Martin Koppenhoefer wrote:
>> sent from a phone
>>> Il giorno 28 ago 2016, alle ore 22:54, Hans De Kryger
>>> <hans.dekryger13 at gmail.com> ha scritto:
>>> My guess was also what Todd said. Same as the freeway.
>> that's also the situation in Germany: the motorway limit reaches
>> until the end of the motorway which is typically signposted a few
>> meters before the end of the off ramp. In Italy there's a general
>> limit of 40km/h on all off ramps, although it is always (?)
>> signposted I believe it is also set by the law and hence would also
>> be effective in absence of signs.
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