Here is an interesting story that features C&D editor Csaba Csere saying speed is good. While every safety advocate says bad. Indiana is considering raising the speed limit on rural highways to 70 mph from 65. The difference between those to limits is pretty small, the real difference is 55 to 65 mph. 55 in congested areas makes sense. On long stretchs there is nothing wrong with 70 mph. A debate over 65 and 70 seems pretty silly. Oh and if you've ever been on an Indiana highway you'll know the highway patrol will tag you every time you travel in excess of the speed limit.
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