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Q: Is it even possible to drive above the speed limit in Beijing?

With all the traffic that I have seen in Beijing it's like we are always going about 25 to 40 miles an hour the whole trip with frequent stops along the way. I've never been in a vehicle in Beijing or have seen a car drive above the speed limit or close to the speed limit for a long period of time. The roadways get to congested which causes cars to slow down significantly. Had the bus guy yelling out the bus the other day.

8 years 15 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Beijing

 
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yes, drive in the bike lane or the side walk and blow your horn

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You can't drive (successfully) faster than the car in front of you.

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