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I've read many posts on here stating that some guys have had their VTX up to 100 mph etc. I was wondering, what is the fastest speed limit where you live ???

We have VTX members from all over the world. My guess is that Germany would have some large limits ?????

In Alabama, the max is 70 mph on the interstate.


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Re: Gee bama, I thought you knew!

Bouxdaddy said:
The speed limit is determined by the proximity of the nearest L.E.O.
:twisted:

JK
L.E.O. ??? L.E.O. ??? L.E.O. ??? L.E.O. ???
What does L.E.O. stand for ???

Duh, I'm so stupid........... L.E.O. = "Law Inforcement Offiser" :wink:
 

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I belive Montanna has instated actual limits now and are the same as the 75mph limits here in WY. On a two lane road here it is 65mph, but I have met LEO's at much faster without being ticketed, so I guess it just depends as to how lucky you are feeling.

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NV has 75 also on many major roads

Germany has no general limit on the highway (Autobahn) :) - but in many areas it is restricted to 120km/h mainly because of noise, but sometimes also as a pretense(for traffic saftety and enviromental reasons) mostly in areas with liberal/green regional governments.
 

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fastest i seen here is 75 on i-17
 
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75 mph on I 35 going to Laredo for a while

vtx_cruiser said:
70 mph here in Texas. I've seen some 75 mph limits in New Mexico though.
yeah, 70 in many places outside of big citys, here in Texas...

but I have seen 75mph for cars posted on I 35 south going down to Laredo from San Antonio thru at least one county, maybe more.

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In the Northern Territory, Australia (AKA the outback) once you get out of a "built up area", there are no restrictions! (at least that was the case 4.5 years ago.)

Whatever speed you are comfortable with, then thats how fast you can go!

Makes for some pretty interesting driving :D
 

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In Florida its 70 on the Turnpike...

But I do know its unlimited in Ohio... ('cause I got a ticket going 95...but the points don't transfer down to Florida...So that means its unlimited as long as you can afford the ticket!!!) hehe!

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