Speed limits by country

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Laws regulating speed limits vary widely from country to country; there are countries with different speed limits and others with no speed limit. This list breaks down speed limits into four basic categories: urban road, secondary road, main road, and highway. In addition, specialized highway patrol forces are mentioned for those countries which have them.

Australian and Pacific states

Australasia

Country/territory Urban road Secondary road Main road Highway Highway police Notes
Avaiki Avaiki 40 km/h 60 km/h 70 km/h 90 km/h No The local police force take all responsibility there are no official freeways on the island
Calaré Calaré 50 km/h, 40 km/h in school zones 60 km/h 80 km/h 110 km/h Yes
Illium Illium 50 km/h 60 km/h 80 km/h 100 km/h (urban) 120 km/h (rural) Yes
Jarraban Jarraban 50 km/h (30 km/h and 40 km/h in school zones) 60-80 km/h 80-110 km/h
  • Default limit in rural areas: 100 km/h
100-110 km/h
  • Single-carriageway rural highways are mostly 100 km/h, though some are 110 km/h
  • Urban motorways limited to 100 km/h. Rural motorways are generally 110 km/h.
Yes
  • 30 km/h school zones currently being phased out
  • Travelling more than 20% under the posted speed limit is illegal except in adverse conditions
New Duveland New Duveland 50 km/h in suburban areas, 40 km/h around school zones 60 km/h 80 km/h 100 km/h on urban freeways, 110 km/h on rural freeways Yes known as the highway patrol
Neu Westfalen Neu Westfalen 50 km/h (40 km/h near school zones) 70 km/h 100 km/h 130 km/h on most sections, with some sections unlimited (although learner drivers are always restricted to 130 km/h) No No dedicated road police, observed by regular police force. Travelling more than 20% under the posted speed limit is illegal except in adverse conditions
Torainn Torainn Notes Notes Notes Notes Yes No Notes

North & South American states

North America

Country Urban road Secondary road Main road Highway Highway police Notes
Acadia Acadia Notes Notes Notes Notes Yes No Notes
Carolina Carolina 25-45 mph 35-45 mph 45-55 mph 55-70 mph Yes There is no official national speed limits and speed varies in different municipalities; the minimum speed on all Interstate highways is 55 mph; the max speed limit in all states is currently 70 mph
Corraile Corraile Notes Notes Notes Notes Yes No Notes
Kingston and Boyce Kingston and Boyce 50km/h 60km/h 80km/h 120km/h Yes Kingston and Boyce Highway Patrol Notes
Lower Columbia Lower Columbia 25-50 mph 40-60 mph 55-65 mph 55-80 mph Yes Speed limits are set by state and municipal governments and may vary for different roads of the same type. These ranges cover typical speed limits for their respective road type.
Marquette Marquette Notes Notes Notes Notes Yes No Notes
Poemia Poemia Notes Notes Notes Notes Yes No Notes

South America

Country Urban road Secondary road Main road Highway Highway police Notes
Santa Catarina Santa Catarina 40 km/h in Residential Areas and School Zones
50 km/h in Major Streets
60-80 km/h 80-130 km/h No speed limit (The recommended speed limit is 140 km/h) Yes The Federal Police hold a division that holds responsibility for caring for the streets, avenues and roads of Santa Catarina. Just as the federal police, the Military Police and the Civil Police also have the right to inspect roads.
Siculia Siculia 50 km/h 80 km/h 140 km/h No speed limit (The recommended speed limit is 140 km/h) Yes Highway police is a command that is part of Federal Police(Arma dei Carabinieri di Siculia) Urban road, Secondary road and Main road is handled by the Civil Police and the highway is managed by the Highway Police
Sint Cunera Sint Cunera 50 km/h 80 km/h 140 km/h 140 km/h Yes Part of the National Police force
Wilfran and Rapha Wilfran and Rapha 40 km/h 60 km/h 80 km/h 100 km/h Yes The National Road Patrol Force (NRPF) is a division of the military responsible for patrolling on federal and state highways across the country. In the urban perimeter the municipal police is responsible for this patrolling.

Atlantic states

North Atlantic

Country Urban road Secondary road Main road Highway Highway police Notes
Ascadylea Ascadylea Notes Notes Notes Notes Yes No Notes
Atlantic Federation Atlantic Federation Notes Notes Notes Notes Yes No Notes
Caravella-Guatalaga Caravella-Guatalaga Notes Notes Notes Notes Yes No Notes
Galbadia Galbadia Notes Notes Notes Notes Yes No Notes

Asian states

Asia

Country Urban road Secondary road Main road Highway Highway police Notes
Amuria Amuria Notes Notes Notes Notes Yes No Notes
Karasem Karasem 60 km/h 60-80 km/h (rural secondary road has speed limit of 80 km/h) 80 km/h 80-120 km/h (depends on the topographic of the area) No Road speed in Karasem is regulated by the law but not enforced as no direct punishment for overspeeders.
Nakama Nakama 40 km/h 40 km/h 60 km/h 60 km/h (urban) 80 km/h (rural) Yes Notes
Oka Oka Notes Notes Notes Notes Yes No Notes
Teiko Teiko Notes Notes Notes Notes Yes No Notes

European states

Country Urban road Secondary road Main road Highway Highway police Notes
Balaton Balaton 50km/h 80km/h 110km/h 150km/h Yes Közlekedésrendész Notes
Cattala Cattala Notes Notes Notes Notes Yes No Notes
Freiga Freiga 50km/h 60-100km/h 110-130km/h no limit No No national dedicated force but most forces have dedicated transport departments
Hiigara Hiigara Notes Notes Notes Notes Yes No Notes
Mikenstein Mikenstein 50 kmh 70 kmh 100 kmh 130 kmh No No dedicated road police, observed by regular police force. The Transport Police police the public transport network nationwide.

African states

Country Urban road Secondary road Main road Highway Highway police Notes
Nyanga Nyanga 30-50kmph 50-60kmph 60-100kmph 110-140kmph No Traffic laws are enforced by the Nyangan Traffic Corps for the entirety of the nation, with the exception of greater Mayumba, where a separate department of police: The Mayumban Metropolitan Police are used. Government convoys are exempt from speed restrictions.
Zambezi Zambezi 30-50kmph 50-60kmph 60-100kmph 110-140kmph No notes