it varies by state.
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It varies from state to state, town to town, road to road.
(in the US) there is no nationwide applicable speed limit - it would vary by state.
It depends. In Oregon it would be 55 mph (out of the city) unless otherwise posted.
The only answer that can be given is: As Posted. It varies according to the highway, the area of the state, the density of population and/or business, and the traffic load.
Speed limits are set by the individual states, and can vary from state-to-state. You must be more specific about which state you are asking.
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You need to specify a state. As you're specifying a specific daytime speed limit, you might be referring to Texas, where the answer would be 70 MPH.
It varies by jurisdiction. Some such roads in Texas have a speed limit of 70 - other states might not allow a speed higher than 55.
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It varies by state. As far as I know, Texas has the highest speed limits, permitting speeds of 70 miles per hour on some two-lane roads.
It may vary from 55 to 70 miles per hour, depending on your state.
It varies between states, although only a couple states have differing daytime and nighttime speed limits - Texas and Montana are the ones I'm able to think of offhand. IIRC, both allow speeds of up to 70 on two lane roads.
There is no such thing as a "residential highway."If you are speaking of a residential street - the usual speed in urban and suburban areas, unless otherwise posted, is 25 miles per hour.
65mph is the most you are able to drive on a highway. 75mph on an interstate some can be 80 mph. Some two lane roads in Texas have a speed limit of 70 MPH.
That would all depend on whether it is a primary highway, secondary road or rural road. It is regualted by bothe the Federal Govenrment Department Of Transportation and State Motor Vehicle Laws.