+1 thisI see it as a threshold for the WORST of vehicles. Think of the 1980 Monte Carlo out there with blown shocks thats still on the road. Sure OUR cars and bikes are safe at 100mph on the interstate but is the old worn out le mans? I dont favor a auto rank or category saying certain cars can go X MPH and others cant so I will deal with 70 on the interstate, drive 80 and not get pulled over.
Speed doesn't kill. It's the sudden stop at the end.Sure there is a $$ factor to it but only when people drive over it. and nearly everyone does. Here state police wont pull you over for going 80 in a 70 so its not like a die hard thing.
As someone who responds to car wrecks I see the horrors of speed.
That's men the Red Jumpsuit. The driver died.
F4s, the logic is that even if that 1973 Monte Carlo passes a safety inspection, it still has a stopping distance that is probably 3 times that of a vw jetta.
Speed doesn't kill. Rider/driver error does.Speed doesn't kill. It's the sudden stop at the end.