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Minivanman
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True or false.

When driving a light goods vehicle, you cannot do 60mph on a 60mph road unless it’s a double dual carriage way. 🤔


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Champnet
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Re: True or false.

Looks false but since you've asked it must be true.....

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Re: True or false.

 

 

What is the speed limit in a van?

If you drive lots of different types of light commercial vehicle (LCV), and want to be sure you stay on the right side of the law, this is the basic rule of thumb for van speed limits:

  • Built-up areas (such as towns and cities): 30mph – the same as a car
  • Single carriageways: 50mph – 10mph less than a car
  • Dual carriageways: 60mph – 10mph less than a car
  • Motorways: 70mph – the same as a car

These limits are obviously subject to further restrictions, according to the posted speed limit signs – so you may find dual carriageways with 40mph limits, 20mph zones in towns, and so on.

 

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Minivanman
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Re: True or false.

@Champnet 

Quite honestly I did not know if it was true or false but if true it does surprise me as like many of us I guess I have driven LGV's and never knew about this.  


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