As well you know, the sign qualifies the road markings. Thank goodness you aren't having to deal with the driving around irreligious shrines!
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not all IAM examiners keep a strict eye on speedos during safe overtaking manoeuvres. To clarify, the guidance to examiners says, "candidates cannot plan to exceed the speed limit" [my emphasis]. In Tom's case, it seems clear that exceeding the speed limit was not part of his driving plan...
- Sun Apr 07, 2019 10:02 pm
- Forum: Technology
- Topic: Speed limiters mandatory from 2022?
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exportmanuk wrote:But then how can you have a communications manager who prefers to take public transport to driving himself.
To whom does your comment refer? And isn't public transport the most "advanced" choice for many journeys?
I've seen plenty of average speed enforcement in the roadworks to convert motorways to "managed" or "smart". I don't think I've come across it on completed stretches. Your point about lower speed limits on congested stretches increasing time separation interests me. I've noticed ...
They're a way of adding lane capacity, with the enforced variable speed limits reduce speeds to improve the time separation between vehicles. Do the variable speed limits achieve that, though? Or, more precisely, does the way they are enforced achieve that? Behaviour I have observed includes: - dri...