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Old Posted May 19, 2019, 3:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Sun Belt View Post
There are vast empty areas in America. However, speeds need to be limited because even in those empty areas, the roads are full of freight liners, mountains, steep grades, moving trucks, agricultural operations, free/open range lands etc.
I don't think anyone defines "no speed limits" as "drive as fast as you want". It just means there is no fixed top speed.

In Germany, you will be pulled over, and your car seized, if you're driving too fast/recklessly in a "no speed limits" zone. It isn't a free-for-all. It's putting the onus on the driver to behave in a responsible manner, given road conditions and traffic.
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