reasonable speed

reasonable speed

n. the speed of an automobile determined to be lower than the posted speed limit due to the circumstances, such as rain, icy road, heavy traffic, poor condition of the vehicle or gloom of night. Exceeding reasonable speed under the circumstances can result in being cited for speeding. In the law of negligence, exceeding reasonable speed in the prevailing conditions may be found to be negligent even though below the speed limit. (See: negligence)

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The travel agency urges drivers to drive at reasonable speed and more distance on the road due to the expected ice, especially if you are traveling in the early hours or late tonight.
Officers had to leave the scene to go on to the opposite carriageway to keep traffic flowing at a reasonable speed.
Drivers are responsible for driving at a reasonable speed, avoiding distractions, staying sober, staying awake and staying aware.
With this actually being implemented on protocol, theoretically the amount of transactions that can be processed at a reasonable speed is going to be much higher, so a lot of people are very bullish about Bitcoin now.
We are aware of the fact that customers demand internet with reliable connection and reasonable speed which is why we have reformed our existing network to reflect clear voice and fast internet speed with wider network coverage," he added.
Both said it appeared to them that McAlpin's SUV was traveling north at a reasonable speed, had its turn signal activated and slowed before turning onto East 33rd Avenue, according to the report.
A Since a grant has already been issued, your sister is under an obligation to realise the assets with reasonable speed.
My choice would be to have it explain the case for waiting more forthrightly: "Getting off the zero bound is hard, we want to see inflation over 3 percent to be absolutely sure, and then we will move with reasonable speed to normalize.
All reasonable speed is the thing, and where people would make a mistake is setting up an artificial timetable.
The other day on Interstate 190 north, the driver ahead of me was tooling along, probably at 70 miles per hour, a reasonable speed by I-190 standards.
Precautionary measures include never tailgating, being very alert and ready for any kind of surprise accidents, avoiding any kind of distractions while driving such as using the mobile phone, keeping the window glass and mirror clean, driving at a reasonable speed even less than the prescribed speed limit of the road, and using low-beam lights.
If you are within reasonable speed, it'll give you confidence and reward you with a smooth and comfortable ride.