Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Getting Nowhere Faster

Texas may raise speed limits on two West Texas highways soon to 80 mph. While drawing opposition from fuel conservation outlets. A study done on the sections of highway already show the average motorist doing 79.

Advocates for the higher speeds claim safety will be improved because cars will be going uniform speeds. Also, even though Texas is less than half the size of Alaska, the higher speed limit will allow the hicks to travel between their trailer parks faster. Anti-redneck groups are behind the plan also as the higher speeds mean the chance of a fatality in an accident is that much higher.


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