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You can only get ticketed if you're at a speed checkpoint. I usually do 100km/h on highways and when I see a warning sign slow down to 85km/h, and immediately accelerate after I'm past it.


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As you probably guessed, you don't get a benefit to your maximum speed, as you'd be speeding if you went any faster than this. (Well, you can go faster, but you really shouldn't.) But, you do get better acceleration and the ability to keep your speed up when going uphill. Depending how heavy (or light) loads you have been pulling thus far, you may not have ...



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