But where do you draw the line ? When does driving fast become driving too fast when you don't have any limitations ? An impact is sure to kill you wether you're doing 130 or 270km/h, but faster means less time to react. At 270, the family van switching lanes at 130 is almost a static obstacle. How do you objectively assess recklessness when everything is really relative and, for the most part, very hard to predict ?
I don't have German road accidents figures, but somehow the system seems to be working fine. Maybe it's just because the Germans are more civil and aware of the risks than the French are (not hard to do at all) ? Does the lack of limitations on the autobahn force German drivers to be extra careful and mindful of what's going on around them ? If our government were to remove all speed limits on French freeways overnight, there'd be crows feasting on bodies on the side of the road for a week, as there just wouldn't be enough ambulances to pick them all up in one day.
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