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Speed limit enforced even if the signs don’t show it

LanguedocLiving, Jun 27

Don’t forget that on 1st July the speed limit changes from 90 km/h to 80km/h.

Even if authorities haven’t got around to changing the signs which currently say 90km/h, the speeding rule is in place as from midnight on Saturday. You won’t be able to use the argument that the signs say 90km/h!

The speed limit is being enforced on 2 lane roads, not dual carriage ways. If it’s raining then the speed limit will be 10km/h less, so 70km/h.

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