In April, the federal government announced that Maryland would implement a speed limit of 45 miles per hour.
While this change may seem like a small step, many drivers and residents of the state believe the speed bump is a dangerous one that could be used to create an unsafe environment.
This is because Maryland has no “safe” speed limit.
As a result, drivers and drivers’ families will be put at risk when a speed bump comes up.
We spoke with one family member who lives in Maryland and who described the impact of the new speed limit changes to The Verge: “It’s a big deal, because this new speed bump would be right next to where I work, so I get to see my kids every day and I can’t really drive around that fast without having a speed barrier, especially with all the traffic and all the construction going on around me.”
As a driver, I know the road is dangerous and can be very congested.
I understand that people can be injured and killed on the roads.
I just think that this is a good thing, because I’m not going to go anywhere and I’m never going to drive through a speed checkpoint without it.
However, even though Maryland is a safe place, the road remains dangerous for many people.
This article originally appeared on The Verge.