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Re: Speed limits

>To: "Psychos 'R Us" <honge@creighton.edu>
>From: Mark Shilling <shilling@txchemcouncil.com>
>Subject: Re: Speed limits
>At 06:17 PM 11/29/95 -0600, you wrote:
>>> While I don't know this first hand, but in Montana you could *pre-purchase*
>>> your speeding tickets.  You would buy a pack of coupons that you would give
>>> to the police officer when you got pulled over...say one coupon for each
>>> 5MPH over.
>>I heard Texas has the same thing but it's somewhat debated over.

Nope! the only thing Texas has is reverting back to 70mph (the state limilt
before the feds got involved). As I understand it, the limit will
automatically return to 70 (whether the signs have changed or not) until Tx
DoT reduces some areas, i.e., urban highways etc, to lower limits...
Mark Shilling	shilling@txchemcouncil.com
Texas Chemical Council

'81 4k4e (gone but not forgotten)
'82 4k 5+5 (gone and definitely forgotten)
'90 80 2.0 (maybe here, maybe gone)