What Is the Speed Limit on a Motorway?

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The speed limit for cars and motorcycles is 70mph on dual carriageways and motorways. Goods vehicles, buses and cars towing caravans or trailers have different limits. What the speed limit means is the top speed that is allowed on the motorway.
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70MPH for a car not towing anything.
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You are right and I have the exact same problem. I'm not a fan of speeding, but on the motorway it seems like everyone wants to. When I overtake in the middle or fast lane, I do tend
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I think that 85 or 90 is reasonable, that's what a lot of people that I know do, and that just naturally how fast I go without looking at the speedometer. I can do 75, but I have
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National speed limit is the maximum speed authorized by law for road vehicles. Speed limit are commonly set and enforced by legislative bodies of nations and government.
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