Possibly a stuck or sticking EGR valve.
Look for a big sign that has two numbers on it with the these two words on top of them, SPEED LIMIT.
This varies widely as it does in any city across America. The max speed you will ever see is found on the freeways. This is the American Interstate system developed by Dwight D. Eisenhower. It includes freeways like Interstate 5, 405, 10, 605, 710, and so on. The max speed is 65MPH - and nowhere in California is it higher than 65MPH. Smaller highways are typically 55-65MPH, and roads can range anywhere from 35-55MPH with residential zones commonly around 15-25MPH.
Spanish speed limits are: 120 KPH on freeways, 100 KPH on primary roads, and 90 KPH on secondary roads.
Yes. On most freeways they normally have a maximum speed limit sign saying 70 or 65 but then also have a minimum speed limit sign of 40
Gravity is what causes a river to flow from higher to lower elevation. A river travels at a faster speed the higher the elevation and will typically cause greater erosion.
Because mixing traffic with such different speed characteristics is a risk no road planner is willing to take.
Mostly 100kph ( 60 mph ), 110 kph on some freeways. 130kph in the Northern Territory.
Not just learning drivers but ALL drivers are required to go the speed limit, or no less than 15 km under the speed limit.
A gear which causes the transmission output shaft to rotate at a higher speed than the transmission input shaft.
The speed in Britain is 70 mph on motorways. In Canada it is 100km on most freeways, and in Italy it is either 130 or 150 depending on which Autostrada.
The purpose of minimum speed limit laws is to keep traffic flowing smoothly on freeways. A very slow vehicle on a freeway can cause a traffic bottleneck.
according to my astro problem set, its about 9cm/s
Yes, because the tire gets hot and this causes the tread to wear faster.
Speed is increasing with the Temperature. Medium causes it too.
The price is higher if the speed is slower The price is higher if the speed is slower
The average speed for most residential areas is 60km/h (37mph), in some areas it can be 40km/h (24mph). The average speed on the freeways/highways/motorways is between 120km/h (74mph) to 80km/h (50mph).
you might need a new switch.
Most that I am familiar with have a maximum of 65 mph and a minimum of 45 mph. In Ky & Tenn the speed limit is 70 mph on most Interstates and Parkways. There are exceptions so watch for posted speeds.
Most states have adopted either 65 or 70 mph as the top speed outside of populated areas. The 'average' speed traveling cross country, taking into account stops for fuel, food and rest, is about 52.3 mph.
A higher speed means a higher rate of power. They are directly related.
The higher the speed, the higher the power consumed.
The Speed of Light is considered infinite speed, as no matter can reach the speed of light.
check for a faulty speed buffer module
The speed limit is the top speed that is legally allowed. If it is exceeded, you are breaking the law.