BRAKES COULD BE PUT ON 80MPH SPEED LIMIT RISE
There have been many recent industry reports on the news that the coalition government might be about to put the brakes on the planned 80MPH speed limit for the UK’s motorways due to the potential forecast cost of an extra £1billion per year to UK tax payers.
This speculation has been highlighted in the motoring industry news and the UK daily press following recent comments from new Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin where he said ‘safety is paramount’. Recent findings have shown that raising the speed limit to 80MPH on UK motorways, would potentially lead to significant journey time savings, but would raise CO2 levels.
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