Speed limits in Indonesia

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Indonesia employs a maximum and minimum speed limit. The general maximum speed limits on tollways and highways is 60–100 km/h. On all other roads, it is 40–80 km/h. The minimum speed limit is 20 km/h lower than the posted maximum.

However, enforcement of these speed limits is rare and drivers often follow "reasonable and prudent" speed limit guidelines, so it is not uncommon to see cars exceeding 250 km/h on the motorways.[1]

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