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Old 02-23-2012, 10:56 PM
Status: "The King is coming HOME!! Welcome HOME LeBron!!!!" (set 10 days ago)
 
Location: West Jordan, UT
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Originally Posted by ram2 View Post
Interstates in Texas and Utah have 80mph speed limits, built to the exact same standards as Interstates in Ohio. Interstates in other states have 75mph limits.
Yes, we do have a few areas here in Utah that the speed limit is 80. It's 65 at it's slowest on the highways w/in the city limits. Once out, it's 75, w/ 80 'more outside' the cities. I haven't looked up the accident rates here in Utah. I think the drivers here suck more than any I've seen. lol I'm from Ohio (of course, username) . I'm thinking Ohio highways are traveled more, as Utah only has I think it was 2.8 million people in the state w/ the 2010 census????

I, personally, am glad to see the raise. Then I can choose if I want to go faster or not. If I want to driver slower, I stay in the middle or right lane. Not to say people won't tailgate you. lol
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