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German motorways have no speed limits, and thus they ensure that no accidents happen

Electric cars are the key to safety on German motorways.

German Motorways Have No Speed Limits, And Thus They Ensure That No Accidents Happen

The maximum speed allowed is always debated it’s always hot in spainall you have to do is look back When the government tried to reduce it from 120 to 110, and which was imposed accordingly. However, our European neighbors from Germany have a very different philosophy about their highway, because they haven’t directly established speed limits. Reaching 150 on a motorway in Spain is a reason for a fine, and a traffic hazardSo how does Germany manage to avoid road accidents?

many people in germany think so there is no penalty for speeding, but this is untrue. The German country does not normally set a limit, but there are some sections of motorway where yes it hinders, which of course corresponds to areas of high concentration of accidents. they are highway sections duly marked and forces you to keep speed between 80 to 130 kmph per hour (depending on the region), and if you step on it, it is almost certain that you will receive a substantial fine on the way home. When the weather does not cooperate, it is also necessary to stay within the margin indicated by the signs,

Cars get faster every time, but that doesn’t worry Germany

Still, “no limit” sections are the most common, and they cover large stretches of road. usually away from urban centers, However, this method has been greatly questioned during the last years in Germany. the motor world moves on, every time cars are fastand consequently more dangerous. Even then volker weisingGermany’s Labor Minister has recently confirmed this highways will be unlimitedSince fast cars are not the trend in the country, they are electric vehicles,

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missing bends + data received in 2021 which shows that users of electric cars they slow down To maintain a speed suitable for movement on sections of a motorway, without putting themselves or other drivers at risk. The reason is very simple, Keeping foot on the accelerator in an electric car is more expensive, EV users have chosen this format for a number of reasons, but of course performance and savings is one of them. Not relying on fossil fuels has its advantages, but it also has its limitations, and speed is one of them.

The German government knows that More and more electric cars are used in the country, and therefore does not see the need to amend its motorway legislation to establish new speed limits. Wissing has said that “people will not drive as fast, they would like to save battery.”

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