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Old 07-30-2013, 10:45 AM   #13 (permalink)
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The only way to do it is to do it and ignore the one-finger insults given to those who aren't speeding. Some people may honk at you because you're obeying the speed limit (And are under it) and they're not, But you're not breaking the speed limit like they might be even if it's not enforced and you'll have more reaction time if there is a problem such as a blowout. And do be prepared in case someone does yell at you over it; Yelling insults back isn't going to put water on that fire.

And do consider my location; I'm in rural Pennsylvania and I have driven on I-80 and Rt. 28 and near Pittsburgh and around town. I've actually never driven out-of-state as the driver as of this post.

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