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Old 10-26-2020, 02:51 PM
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Default In California, the official Speed Limit when towing is only 55 MPH.

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The only speed limitation that I know of (Larry, check me on this) is the speed rating of the tires....

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It's posted at at all entry points, and officially on the books - but ignored by everyone. (Go that slow on an "open" freeway in CA, and you're behaving as a bit of a problem). But I do stay below 63 MPH in California. In other States, if the Interstate roadways are really smooth - I add a bit of extra tire pressure and then go 70 MPH. (Posted in rural locations is usually 75 MPH.)

To be precise, I'm admitting to 70, and never more.
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75 mph are 120 km/h with the current law you can go camping in jail...
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Old 10-27-2020, 07:18 AM
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Yes, I would never exceed the limit in Europe. In the USA, "speed limits" have a strange flexibility, compared to other laws.
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Germany has the best Speed Limit. In some parts on the Higway they dont have speed limits for cars 😎
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