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Old 02-10-2012, 09:21 PM
 
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Originally Posted by Rustybolt View Post
In this very long thread I didn't see posted any reference to the prima facie speed law and what it really means. When I was studying traffic engineering decades ago I recall being educated that exceeding the posted speed may actually be defensible based upon the parameters under which the law exists. You can read more here: Procedures for Establishing Speed Zones: Background
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Originally Posted by Soviet View Post
Is this a better link to the precise section you were talking about?

Procedures for Establishing Speed Zones: Background
Wow, thank you both, this is incredible stuff! It's nice to see the you-definitely-broke-the-law crowd is wrong.

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