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Online Study Guide for Student Drivers

 

  SPEED

SPEED is regulated by two things: LAW (in the posted speed limit) and Common sense (you)

The posted speed limit tells you how fast you are allowed to drive under ideal conditions.

Rain, fog, sleet, snow,etc are not ideal conditions.

Common sense tells you how fast you should be driving. If you don't use common sense, then the LAW will collect several hundred dollars from you until you start using it.

Example: The posted speed limit is 45 mph. You are traveling 45 mph. The police officer that is pulling you over is going to give you a speeding ticket.

You pull over and through the fog and rain, you watch as the Officer approaches your car.

Speed limits are not absolute. You must adjust your speed if conditions require it.

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