Most countries have a legal speed limit to which any vehicle is about to reach. Have you ever noticed that your car’s speedometer shows speeds well beyond the allowed limits? If there is really no point in going to that limit then why does the car have to list those speeds anyway? If you get a wide highway all to yourself with no other cars in sight, you ought to be tempted to test the top speeds.
A highway in the U.S. will not allow you to get over 85 miles an hour. The maximum speed that you are allowed on a highway is 87 mph, and that too is only in Bulgaria and Poland. You try pushing your car to its limits, but according to former Nissan Executive Larry Dominique, 80 percent of the manufactured cars are not even designed to go as far as 110 mph. The tires on these cars can not hold up to a velocity beyond 130 mph.
What about Germany? Eventually, the last bastion of road pirates where there is NO motorway speed limit?