I’ve driven past a lot of places where I’ve seen cars speed by at 50 mph or above.
And I’ve never seen a speed limit posted anywhere.
It’s the only time I’ve ever seen someone say, “We’ll see what happens.”
This is an issue with our highways.
For years, highway safety experts have been warning us about the dangers of speeding, but they’ve been silent on the issue.
That’s because they’re not sure how to put the brakes on a reckless driver.
We’re a nation of laws, not speed, says Brian Fagan, the executive director of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
The only way to make sure we keep our roads safe is to make certain we have clear and enforceable speed limits, he said.
When I went through the National Speed Limits program for the past three years, I found that we only had one place that had a clear speed limit for 50 mph — in Los Angeles.
So I’m not going to suggest that everyone drive a car 50 mph over 50 or 100 mph.
But I am saying that if you’re going to be driving at those speeds, you have to be responsible, said Fagan.
I do know that you can’t speed on a freeway.
And that’s a big issue, especially for the elderly and handicapped.
We have no laws in this country that specifically says you have no speed limit.
So there’s not a speed restriction for people who are 50 or 65 years old.
I think we should put some sort of speed limit on the highways, because it’s a serious issue, he continued.
We need to have a federal law.
So we’re going back to a federal speed limit of 65 mph or 75 mph.
I’ve had people tell me that we don’t need a federal statute to do this.
That we don, like, have speed limits in the states.
I said, you know, the federal law is very clear.
You have to do something.
You don’t have to make a specific number of miles per hour.
And the problem with a speed law is that we’ve never actually seen anybody make a rule that says you can only do it 50 mph, 60 mph, or 75, Fagan said.
That would be like saying, “You have to slow down when you’re passing a school bus, or passing a pedestrian, or when you go up a hill, and you don’t want to hit someone.”
You have no law.
I would say, you can do that.
It just needs to be done with a clear intent to stop people who will do something stupid and dangerous, Fagin said.
So what’s the solution?
First, the most important thing to do is educate the public on what a safe driving speed is, Fagger said.
People can also ask the local law enforcement department to have speed cameras installed.
Fagan also said it’s important to have signage around the highway that says “slow down” or “do not speed.”
You also have to have traffic lights.
You’ve got to have turn signals.
There’s no statute that says, “No.
Do not speed at all.”
It’s just not clear to me that that’s what’s needed, Fagon said.
It can be a very dangerous practice, but you don-you don’t always need to slow people down.
It depends on where you are, what’s going on, how fast you’re traveling, and what your intentions are, Fagansaid.
So let’s start doing things right.
If you’re in a hurry, don’t speed, Faggsaid.
If the speed is just 50 to 60, slow down, because that will make people more likely to slow.
But if you can go faster, you should, Fagsaid.
But the next step is to get the law in place, he added.
We really need to get a federal legislation in place that would say it’s okay to go over 50 miles per minute.
That way, the state of Michigan, which has a very slow population, would be able to do the same.
If people were able to go up and down 50 miles an hour, that would allow the states to get on the same page.
We should have a law.
But at the same time, if you don t want to do that, then it might be good for you to take a break, Figgansaid, the mayor of San Jose, Calif., said in a recent video.
It would be great if we could get people off the road, Foggansaid said.
And then, we would have the technology in place to enforce speed limits.
I’m trying to convince the public to think about the road.
The road is the road and we have to take responsibility for it.
If we don t think about our roads, we’re not going anywhere, he concluded.
The video can be viewed at the bottom of this page. The