World Atlas May 25, 2020 By Ellen Kershner Texas, Oklahoma, Utah, and Wyoming have high speed limits.
It is widely believed that Americans have a “need for speed.” It is no wonder why movies like The Fast and the Furious, Mad Max, and Ford vs. Ferrari grab our attention with car racing scenes, high-speed chases, and flaming crashes. The love of cars is often associated with freedom; driving out on the open road without a care in the world resonates with many.
This reputation for fast driving does not hold true for everyone, though. It is also common to see slow drivers, puttering along in the right lane with little regard to their surroundings. Drive on any major three-lane highway in the U.S. and you can see speeders in the left and slowpokes on the right...
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