Why are there speed limit signs on our roadway?
“Road speed limits are used in most countries to set the legal maximum or minimum speed at which road vehicles may travel on a given stretch of road. Speed limits are generally indicated on a traffic sign reflecting the maximum or minimum permitted expressed as kilometers per hour and/or miles per hour. Speed limits are commonly set by the legislative bodies of national or provincial governments and enforced by national or regional police and judicial authorities. Speed limits may also be variable, or in some places unlimited, such as on most of the Autobahn in Germany”.
Blab, blab, blab, blab, blab!
So what does it mean for Florida Drivers?
Never drive below this speed!
Government has determined the correct speed, weather permitting, for a safer trip on the road!
Believing this can save life and lime of people on that road!
One’s bodily wellbeing, up to and including one’s life. Usually used when describing something that might cause severe injury or death, especially in the phrase “risk life and limb.”
For most, if not all of my working since the military, I have had to drive often!
I hate driving as of late, so when we take baby, (our P.T Cruiser), out on the Florida Roadways, other drivers see a small car, handy cap plate, old people, and a female driver?
We must be driving too slow Right?
we get lights blinking,
and being passes
even against those funny two yellow lines
and sharp curves,
fingers pointing and funny looking mouths while they pass!
Just for the record, Donna has a perfect driving record and drives the speed limit, weather permitting!
Since the accident, getting in another drivers way, I drive far to slow!