You maust abide by the traffic rules and regulations of the state in which you are traveling, no matter where you are from
You COULD be pulled over for 1, because it is a LIMIT, but usually you won't get pulled over for less than 3 since the radar detector has a margin of error, of +/-1 mph but anything over 5 you most probably will get pulled over. Retired NYPD anything 5 or over you will definitely get pulled over, even possibly a ticket.
That depends completely on where you are flying, and when you are flying. Internationally, you might be paying more than 5 thousand dollars for a flight. If it is a short flight, it might only be a few hundred, but there is just no way to predict it without knowing the places and times. Some of the online ticket places like expedia or kayak might help you... you can look up the cost without committing to buy a ticket.
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