I set the speed limit at 75 and tried it out this morning after dropping him at school. It gives me a warning at about 65, and won't let the car go over 75. Pretty cool.
I have my Camaro set to chime at 72 and pop up a dialog box - speed limit around here is 55/60 and only out in boonies is 65.I’d do 80mph
It would be annoying to always see a message when you aren’t speeding at 65-70mph.
your brakes are massively more powerful and effective at creating separation. If you have someone tailgating just pull over/turn and let them go.a little passing power isn’t a bad thing or possibly to get away from someone
Georgia is a bit weird when it comes to speed limits, particularly in the Metro Atlanta area. If he were limited to 50-55, he would have real problems on the Interstates, and trying to get around on secondary roads isn't feasible in a lot of areas. Most traffic on the Interstates around here is running at 70 and up. Police can't even write tickets unless you're at least 10 mph over the limit, other than State Troopers, who can write for any speed over.I have my Camaro set to chime at 72 and pop up a dialog box - speed limit around here is 55/60 and only out in boonies is 65.
I personally would set the limit to 50-55. Taking secondary roads is better practice in hazard recognition and predictive avoidance. I don't use the term 'accident' unless it was caused by parts falling off the car. I use the term 'crash' because it is.
Driving is a constant and unending stream of Scan, Identify, Predict and when necessary Act. (MSF students should recognize SIP-D, which I changed above to SIP-A)
your brakes are massively more powerful and effective at creating separation. If you have someone tailgating just pull over/turn and let them go.