“The 80 km / h were not respected anyway”: why these departments go back to 90 km / h

“Those who have gone back to 90 km/h this year or are about to do so, raise their hands! » Aveyron, Tarn, Hérault, Hautes-Pyrénées, Gers, Ardèche, Yonne… Do not throw away any more! The list of dissidents at 80 km/h is starting to lengthen sufficiently… The latest department to date to increase its speed on the two-way secondary axes, the Puy-de-Dôme. From this Monday, August 1, as with its neighbors in Auvergne (Cantal, Allier, Haute-Loire), drivers could once again return to 90 km / h over 6000 km. Would the 80 km / h rule have wanted four years ago by the former Prime Minister Édouard Philippe to bring down road mortality on small roads, would it have lead in the wing?

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