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45 years with a clean license and use the parkway every day never broken the speed limit once not many people can say that.

 

I think I used to drive the same make of vehicle a lot better when I changed to a BMW.

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Depends on which time and the way you measure the energy and mass as set against that time.

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The your speed radar flashed 173mph at me a few weeks ago on bocking lane.

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National speed limit for hgv's was raised recently to 60 mph dual carriageways and 50 mph single carriageways. I also think that some speed reductions from national speed limit to 50 mph are in relation so we are all travelling at the same speed - or could/should be. My opinion only of course.

 

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The your speed radar flashed 173mph at me a few weeks ago on bocking lane.

 

:loopy: I think we are on about motorised vehicles not a bloody pushbike :P:D

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The your speed radar flashed 173mph at me a few weeks ago on bocking lane.

 

I can beat that i got 188 :)

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National speed limit for hgv's was raised recently to 60 mph dual carriageways and 50 mph single carriageways. I also think that some speed reductions from national speed limit to 50 mph are in relation so we are all travelling at the same speed - or could/should be. My opinion only of course.

 

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:loopy: I think we are on about motorised vehicles not a bloody pushbike :P:D

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I don't own a bloody pushbike:loopy:

Ok the radar was faulty!, I was sat in traffic and it flashed up 173mph

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I was one of those who thought it was officially 60 ;)

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