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Drivers who obey the speed limit just hold up the rest of us

The Sun has failed to note in its investigation of Baltimore City speed cameras that there are obviously many places where motorists can drive safely at speeds more than 12 mph above the posted limit.

I suggest that speed limits be raised by 10 mph, which would still leave a margin of error for tickets and would allow those few drivers who choose to obey the speed laws to stop holding up the rest of us.

Dan Griffin, Perry Hall

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