Not so fast: Most Germans favor speed limits on the Autobahn

FILE PHOTO: A truck passes a 120 km/h (75 mph) speed limit sign on the A27 Autobahn near the northern German city of Bremen April, 10 2008. REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen/File Photo

BERLIN (Reuters) – A majority of Germans favor setting maximum speed limits for Germany’s famously fast Autobahns to help battle climate change, according to a poll published on Saturday. Fifty-two percent of those polled wanted vehicle speeds limited to between 120 kph and 140 kph (75 mph and 87 mph), the poll conducted by the […]

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