Keep YOUR LAWS OFF MY truck
If you get 3 speeding tickets you should have your truck cut back
The problem is inexperienced drivers in 4 wheelers and trucks. All it will do is cause more Jersey sweeps, and trucks being cut off , in turn more accidents caused by cars , si invest in a good dash cam #CYA
Politicians and bureaucrats bought and paid off by the big trucking companies. Safety my ass - made up conjectures with no related corroborating data.
How about enforcing the posted speed limit before setting a governor to do it. I don't think that anyone drives the speed limit anymore. Just imagine how much they could make on speeding tickets.
All that this will cause is more trucks that running 65.01 trying to pass to pass another one that runs 65.
This will cause a lot of road rage and there will be more people who will slam there brakes in front of trucks just to cause a dangerous situation especially in rural areas where there aren't any police around.
🚔police are the only speed limiter we need
If trucks are governed, the four wheelers should be governed at the same speed, same speed for everyone
If you work for a big company.. Let them limit the speed.. If you dont work for a company.. The speed limit and the police are the speed limiters.. We dont need any more regulations... This is not Canada..
Make it the same as cars have...
Use gps to govern to the speed limit of the road you're on. My Rand knows the correct speed limit 90 percent of the time.
I'm happy with my 72 mph right now on the east coast, but if I was in Texas I would want 77 mph because the speed limit is 75 mph. Of course I would want better tires at 77 mph, but I could deal with 75 mph in Texas.
65 IN THE EAST 75 OR 80 IN THE WESTERN RURAL AREAS. If you know how to drive it shouldnt be a problem....
Just so we can educate the masses----
Congress lifted all federal speed limit controls in the National Highway System Designation Act of 1995, returning all speed limit determination authority to the states effective December 8, 1995. Several states immediately reverted to already existing laws. For example, most Texas rural limits that were above 55 mph (90 km/h) in 1974 immediately reverted to 70 mph (115 km/h), causing some legal confusion before the new signs were posted. Montana reverted to non-numerical speed limits on most rural highways, although its legislature adopted 75 mph (120 km/h) as a limit in 1999. Hawaii was the last state to raise its speed limit when, in response to public outcry after an experiment withtraffic enforcement cameras in 2002, it raised the maximum speed limit on parts of Interstates H-1 and H-3 to 60 mph (95 km/h).
Despite the repeal of federal speed limit controls, 2011 maximum speed limits were, on average, lower than in 1974:
leave the speed of trucks alone! i see first off everyday where governed trucks that can't run
highway speeds,..does not stop them from speeding, there just doing it in very unsafe places
where there truck will actually go faster than the posted speed!..ie construction zones, school
zones, and secondary highways, and streets! just where you have to use the most caution, there
speeding right by and when you get back where its far safer to go fast, there still going the same
speed! and what about the drivers that slow down and speed up, can't seem to run with any consitancy, you swing out to pass them, they speed up and here we go for the next 20 miles, side by side, with a backup of pist off motorist, trying to pass on the shoulders! this is going to get very ugly fast!!!!!!!!