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What car can go 200 mph?

Back in 1987, the Ferrari F40 became the first production road car to exceed the mythical 200-mph barrier with a top speed of 201 mph. Now, Ferrari sells three cars that top out over 200, and even Dodge sells a 204-mph car.

How fast can you drive on Highway?

65 mph

Do cops pull you over for 5 over?

Getting stopped for going only 5 MPH over is unlikely anywhere in the US. Of course it can still happen if something else is suspicious, e.g. very dark tinted windows (which may also be illegal), a very unusual looking vehicle, etc.

Why does the US not have an autobahn?

One reason the US doesn’t have its own Autobahn is that our drivers are formally trained quite a lot less often, which means we’re also generally less experienced. While the US has plenty of good drivers, it also has an abundance of bad ones due to relatively lax driver’s license regulations.

What state has the most speed?


What’s the fastest highway in the world?

The Autobahn

What is highest speed limit in the world?

160 km/h

High-end sports cars While much of Germany’s autobahn highway network has no speed limits, around 30 percent of the network does limit drivers to 130km/h (80 mph) or lower. Holding races on any public roads — speed limited or not — is illegal.

Is the autobahn dangerous?

The autobahn fatality rate of 1.6 deaths per billion travel-kilometres compared favorably with the 4.6 rate on urban streets and 6.5 rate on rural roads. In 2014, there was a total of 3,377 road fatalities, while autobahn deaths dropped to 375.

Can you really drive as fast as you want on the Autobahn?

The German government recommends a maximum speed of 130 kph / 80 mph per hour on autobahns, but lets drivers go as fast as they want in some areas (without any speed limits). However till this day, Germany is the only country in the world where no general speed limit apply on motorways.

Which country has the most accidents?