Speed
 
 
 
 
Speed

The regulatory road sign speed limit tells you at what speed you are legally allowed to travel on American roads and highways. Speeding tickets are really easy to get. The police often hide around corners with radar units waiting to catch speeders. Some of the tickets can be very expensive if you are caught in a school zone or if you are traveling at a speed way over the posted speed limit.
Traffic is required to travel at 50 miles per hour (mph) or slower.
Trucks are required to travel at 40 miles per hour (mph) or slower.
Traffic is required to travel at 50 miles per hour (mph) or slower but not slower than 30 miles per hour (mph).
Traffic is required to travel at 40 miles per hour (mph) or faster.
At night, traffic is required to travel at 45 miles per hour (mph) or slower.
Traffic is required to travel at 80 kilometers per hour (kmh) or slower. (for drivers visiting Canada)
Trucks are required to travel at 60 kilometers per hour (kmh) or slower. (for drivers visiting Canada)
Traffic is required to travel at 80 kilometers per hour (kmh) or slower but not slower than 50 kilometers per hour (kmh). (for drivers visiting Canada)
Traffic is required to travel at 60 kilometers per hour (kmh) or faster. (for drivers visiting Canada)
At night, traffic is required to travel at 70 kilometers per hour (kmh) or slower. (for drivers visiting Canada)
Indicates traffic fines are higher in the designated zone.
 
 
 
 
 
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