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What I'd like to know is if the speed limit is let's say 50 KM./HR., and I''m going around 40, why people seem to think that is ridiculously slow. It''s not. What''s 10 KM.? I''ve been tail-gated, honked at, yelled at, and flipped off, all because some people feel the need to go absolutely 50 KM. even, or most-likely faster. I'll tell you something, and this is a big point of debate: IT WILL NOT GET YOU THERE ANY SOONER. 4-10 seconds does not make your arrival any sooner than mine. I've done it countless times: get to the store, I'm parking, they're heading in - Same thing. We got there at the same time. Anyone feel I''m delusional? Edited by Mr.Brett, 2018-07-06 22:54:47
I was a 60ish in a 50 kind of guy until about 5 years and 2 months ago. Something about driving home from the hospital with a tiny human in the backseat changed the way I see things in the blink of an eye. Definitely won’t say I top out at 40 (and cant say I've seen many drivers that do).... but I don’t necessarily feel the urge to gun it from 0 to 50 off of the light and so there’ll be a period of time where you see me at 40 while I make my way toward low 50s in a measured, mileage responsible way. I promise you I’ll get there and maybe even wander away from the speedometer long enough to drift to 55
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