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*Stalking and 959's

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> From quattro-owner@coimbra.ans.net Wed Mar 22 14:52:56 1995
> Message-Id: <199503221845.NAA01543@coimbra.ans.net>
> Date:         Wed, 22 Mar 95 13:13:57 EST
> Subject:      *Stalking and 959's
> To: "RayVR4aol.com" <quattro@COIMBRA.ANS.NET>
> Sender: quattro-owner@COIMBRA.ANS.NET
>        Montana, huh.  "Son, you were doin 95 in a 45mph zone.  I'm gonna really
>  stick it to you, you city boy.  That'll be $5."
>        "How bout I just right you a check for $20 and speed all through your
> damn state?"
>         I guess Montanna needs all the help they can get to increse tourism, ev
> en if they attract speed freaks like us.  This is the way I think it should be
> in all of the 50 states.
>         Highways shouldn't have speed limits, they should have minimum speeds f
> or each lane, like the Autobahn.  I think this would actually prevent accidents
> .  And we'd get the Volvo drivers <nomex on> out of the left lane!
> I have heard unfortunate rumors that the unlimited speed on the Autobahn is in
> jeapardy.  German legislators want to impose an 80-90mph speed limit on the Aut
> obahn because of a high fatality/accident rate there (most of which is caused b
> y people *especially E.Germans* who are driving too slow in the fast lane!)  Wh
> at can I say; gov't regulation really sux!  Supposedly, it's only a matter of t
> ime before there is a speed limit on the Autobahn.
>        I think many Germans will migrate to Montana when this happens.
>                                                    --Dan
  When I was in Germany a few years ago I spent some time on the
Autobahn.  Some sections of what was called the Autobahn already had a
90km an hour limit. (about 55mph)  Of course, this did not prevent a
number of cars from passing me at very *fast* speeds!