How strictly are speed limits enforced in your cuntry? In murica it's pretty common to do at least 5 above the speed limit. I remember a bong saying that he stuck to the speed limit while visiting America and he got laughed at by American anons, so I'm curious how much other countries' law enforcement crack down
Sometimes you get a ticket, sometimes you don't.
t. I've driven past a cop car going 20 over and no shits were given
>In murica it's pretty common to do at least 5 above the speed limit.
I drive 70 miles round trip to work, its 55/60 I do 85-90 the entire time.
I still get passed
when im conserving gas, and go 5 over the posted speed limit I get passed up by 95% of all traffic.
everyone is going at least 15-20 over the posted limit at all times
Quite strictly when they are enforced, but it's very rare to see police on the roads. I've only seen two speed checks since getting my licence five years ago.
I usually go about 5 km/h over the limit if the limit is 70 km/h or below, otherwise I go 10 km/h faster, though not always.
Speed limits here are quite sensible for the most part, so there's little to no need for speeding unless you're in a hurry.
We also have quite a few speed cameras along roads where people tend to not keep the speed, but in accordance with Swedish openness they're always signed beforehand. :-)
On motorways there's no speed cameras (not sure but i haven't seen those on motorway 3) so I sometimes like to drive little faster than speed limits.
>drive past a camera
>get mail from da po po a week or two later
>"your vehicle was spotted exceeding the speed limit on street X"
>"speed limit: 40 km/h"
>"measured speed: 41 km/h"
>"due to the minor offense there won't be any consiquences"
Yeah, great. I don't see the point of this letter tho.
Of course one could hardly see the point of speed limits if you have to drive in a straight line in the middle of nothing for 2000 km to get to the next state and the lane is wide as fuck.
You don't have that in Yurop.
The threshold for speed cameras is 3-5 km/h, and they aren't always on. By accident I once drove past one at 10 km/h+ the speed limit but never got a letter from the police, so I guess I was lucky.
In the states it depends on the region. The further west or south you go, the closer people drive to the speed limit (until you hit a city). Police coverage is also extremely limited. You'd have to be really dumb or have shit luck to ever get pulled over.