Sure we do, but only on certain stretches. Not all motorways are built the same way and where curves and hills are plenty, one does need to slow down.
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12/27/09 at 4:14pm
|"On December 1,1995, Montana eliminated its numeric speed limit, replacing it with "the basic rule," a law stating simply that all highway driving had to be done in a "safe and prudent" manner. Although state officials denied that this meant Montana had no speed limit (a publicity campaign was launched that included billboards and bumper stickers reading "There is a speed limit, dude"), heated debate ensued over the effect of the law on driving speeds, accidents, and fatalities. News reports from around the nation portrayed Montana as the land of reckless driving. Worried observers predicted highway carnage; there were even calls for a special legislative session to consider the immediate enactment of a numerical speed limit. By contrast, supporters of the law celebrated the freedom that Montana saw fit to give its drivers. "|
qhn and your point is? Kinda supports mine?
Have a look at the health care thread. I have been dropping bombs on that.