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Electrical_Ingenuity t1_jd56hco wrote

Yes. Another border dweller here. The Canadian/provincial government makes it embarrassingly obvious that you might want to look at the alternate numbers on your speedometer. They’ve been there since the 70s.


NIN10DOXD t1_jd9dtkk wrote

A lot of modern cars even let you change units on the electronic display now too.


beipphine t1_jd6cw65 wrote

The Speedometer from that 70's car only has one set of numbers, and that set of numbers stops at 85. If the sign says 100, how could he know how fast he's going, the speedometer is pegged at 85.