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By law, the speed limit on Texas highways is 70 mph. However, some Texas highways that are built to handle higher speeds may have a maximum speed limit of 75 to 85 mph. More »

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According to the Governor’s Highway Safety Association, each individual state is responsible for setting its own speed limits. This means the speed limit in residential areas differs from state to state. For instance, in... More »

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The maximum speed of a Maserati Bora is 170 mph. The cars were produced between 1971 and 1978. More »

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Traffic fines can be avoided by getting familiar with a state's traffic law, driving at a speed within the absolute speed limit and keeping an eye out for patrol cars on highways, says HowStuffWorks. Avoiding attracting ... More »

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Depending on the type of Texas map, it can show counties, highways, roads, cities, elevation and physical features, such as rivers and mountains. Two sites that provide these different types of Texas maps are Maps of Wor... More »

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The Texas Association of Counties offers a map of Texas counties, cities and highways on its website. The map shows county boundaries and has inserts to show some of the largest Texas cities in greater detail. City maps ... More »

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Driving while intoxicated laws in Texas delineate a legal intoxication limit of 0.08 blood or breath alcohol concentration. Further, first offenders are fined up to $2,000 and may be incarcerated for a maximum of 180 day... More »

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