Now you listed some points that were particularly directed at what I said, but you are sounding more like a lawyer, because you are twisting them around in a manner that I did not say. To clarify I said: How are the speed limits determined were they done using an engineered study to find out what the SAFEST speed is or were they arbitrarily made up by town council? In many cases, speed limits were increased for safety. You want safety right? I also mentioned what is safe? Is doing the speed limit on a narrow twisty road in New Zealand 62mph with no centre markings just as safe as doing the speed limit on any empty Montana interstate? Or is it the same as doing the speed limit in my neighbourhood? They are not the same level of safety. In my hood I drive way slower than the speed limit, because honestly it is not safe to go any faster. On any empty Montana interstate (which had no speed limits and when speed limits were introduced accidents increased).... I may at times go a bit faster than the speed limit, and yes that is safer than driving the speed limit in my neighbourhood. Doing 62mph on a twisty NZ goat trail can be almost impossible on some roads.... going the speed limit would be very dangerous. And I mentioned the track...... all I said is that the track can also be dangerous, it is not a safe haven to speed. Now how you deduced that what I said shows a blatant disregard for anyone’s safety is beyond me. All I am saying is that the speed limit does not always portray the same level of safety and that traveling at the speed limit can sometimes be MORE dangerous than speeding in other instances. My kids - they will learn on a closed course first how to handle motorcycles and cars, before I ever let them drive on a public road. They need to at the very least figure out car control, before learning to deal with all the people out there’s that are not paying attention. Posting a video of a guy doing 330 kph crashing? What? I have never gone that fast on the track... mind you I tape up the speedo, but my motorcycle does not go that fast. Driving the Speed Limit DOES NOT = Safe that is all I am saying. I think you can agree with that. Also, you sound like everyone in here drives like fast and the furious ..... which is a very extreme view.