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[[Image:Speed limit.jpg|thumb|A [[Woman (The Baffles Puzzle)|woman]] nearly [[Vehicular manslaughter|runs over]] [[Batman]] and [[Robin]] with her [[Woman's car|car]], because she was [[driving]] faster than the '''speed limit'''<ref>As seen in [[The Baffles Puzzle]].</ref>|400px]]
 
[[Image:Speed limit.jpg|thumb|A [[Woman (The Baffles Puzzle)|woman]] nearly [[Vehicular manslaughter|runs over]] [[Batman]] and [[Robin]] with her [[Woman's car|car]], because she was [[driving]] faster than the '''speed limit'''<ref>As seen in [[The Baffles Puzzle]].</ref>|400px]]
[[Road]] '''speed limits''' are put in place by [[Law Enforcement]] agencies with the intent of keeping traffic safe. It is against the law to drive faster than the posted [[speed]] limit, and it is a [[crime]] if one is [[speeding]] excessively.
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[[Road]] '''speed limits''' are put in place by [[Law Enforcement]] agencies with the intent of keeping [[traffic]] safe. It is against the law to [[Driving|drive]] faster than the posted [[speed]] limit, and it is a [[crime]] if one is [[speeding]] excessively.
 
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Latest revision as of 12:34, July 26, 2014

Speed limit

A woman nearly runs over Batman and Robin with her car, because she was driving faster than the speed limit[1]

Road speed limits are put in place by Law Enforcement agencies with the intent of keeping traffic safe. It is against the law to drive faster than the posted speed limit, and it is a crime if one is speeding excessively.

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  1. As seen in The Baffles Puzzle.

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