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Author Topic: Spain to increase speed limit to 130 km/hr...

Offline Perikles

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Spain to increase speed limit to 130 km/hr...
« on: Fri 8 Mar 2013, 08:05 »
In a concerted effort to make things complicated, draft regulations listed here will increase the speed limit to 130 km/hr. But rather like the staircases in Hogwarts, this will only apply to certain roads on certain days in certain weather conditions.

Further, children under the age of four will only be allowed to drive or be a passenger when facing backwards. This will make journeys at midnight on the eve of their fourth birthday quite difficult.
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Re: Spain to increase speed limit to 130 km/hr...
« Reply #1 on: Fri 8 Mar 2013, 09:10 »
A lot of children going to be carsic till 4 years to my thoughts , being driven backwourds everywere .


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Spain to increase speed limit to 130 km/hr...
« Reply #2 on: Fri 8 Mar 2013, 12:52 »
4 year olds driving is scary enough, but backwards???
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Spain to increase speed limit to 130 km/hr...
« Reply #3 on: Fri 8 Mar 2013, 13:10 »
4 year olds driving is scary enough, but backwards???

I doubt they'd be any worse than some of the drivers i've seen.  ::)
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Spain to increase speed limit to 130 km/hr...
« Reply #4 on: Fri 8 Mar 2013, 20:17 »
I'm puzzled as to how the signage will be dealt with.  Isn't it only a year or so since the speed limits were reduced to 110 km/h when new 110 stickers were stuck over the existing 120 signs at great expense, which then wouldn't peel off when the limits were returned to 120 resulting in further great expense?  What sort of signs will they need for time-dependent, weather-dependent speed limits - digital ones?  I wonder whose little friendies the sign guys are...  :whistle:
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