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Old 02-12-2010, 12:30 AM
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In alberta we seem to have a rule that the speed limit is actually 10km/hr higher than posted, so if it's 110km/hr on the #2, then you should be driving a minimum of 120. However, if you own a subaru WRX or truck, the following speed limits apply:
Dodge w/out lift: 140km/hr
Dodge w/ lift and tires: 150km/hr
Ford w/ and w/out lift: 130km/hr
Toyota/Nissan (who lifts these anyways): 120km/hr
Chevy... 120km/hr

And if any of these vehicles have a top spped of 210km/hr or more then drive as fast as you want... cops can't catch you. Though te sheriff's new chargers might be able to.

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Originally Posted by GPSHSLAX View Post
5 miles is about 8 kilometers for our friends with a system that makes sense.
Thanks man, at least someone's looking out for the other 90% of the world that uses metric.
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