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re:USA Quattro Meet

A number of us went for a drive through Northern Montana in June. We didn't have any hassle from 
the local constabulary, but then again, we don't know if they saw us! We ran ~85mph on deserted 
secondary roads, and 120+ (I was going 120, and most of our troop pulled away from me) on empty 4 
lane interstates. Montana's web page lays out their laws, as well as a definition of 'reasonable and 
prudent', and the fines for speeding.

The locals are not amused about having "the North American Autobahn" reputation so the police are 
happy to deal with miscreants. YMMV

Perci Hala
93 Aud! S4

>From: SOP8920@Siena.edu
>Date: Mon, 11 Nov 1996 12:51:34 -0500 (EST)
>Subject: USA Quattro Meet
 >      Discussion has begun about a possible Summer-time meet for Listers.
>The idea is to meet at a central location, with plans being laid out well in
>advance so people can put this into their vacation schedules.
 >      A state exists, it's in the middle of the country (well.. kinda), that
>has abolished it's speed limit laws. This state is, of course... MONTANA!
 >      I feel that renting out a track for the weekend is probably a much
>better, and safer alternative. However.. I thought I would pose the idea of
>Montana as a gathering site to the list. Any listers from Montana, or anybody
>been there since the speed-limit law was removed?
 >                              -Osman Parvez
 >                              89 200q
 >                               Siena College
 >                               Albany NY