Do you want to drive at 80mph on a motorway, legally?
There are proposals to raise the motorway speed limit to 80mph. Most of you lot probably nudge 90mph when you're driving anyway. That's because you've got small penises.
Anyway, the Government are weighing up whether they should increase the limit from 70mph to 80mph on motorways, looking to make a decision by July. To further confuse things, they're considering adding stipulations like 'you're allowed to do 80 if the weather is nice' or 'drive at 80mph, but only at night'.
Of course, there's the whole 'putting people's lives in jeopardy' thing to contend with. Still, that 10mph extra could see people efficiently being killed, rather than living in a vegetative state and the government probably like that idea, what with them carving the NHS up to buggery.
A report from the RAC noted that 75 per cent of a people surveyed said that they'd rather like to see motorway speeds increased to above the 70mph limit.
RAC spokeswoman, Vicki Burn, does have concerns though. While doing wheelies in a Porsche, she said: "Raising speed limits when there is less traffic or in better weather conditions is one way of taking the proposals forward. But there are concerns that if speed limits were 80mph, motorists might think it safe to drive at 90mph. With fuel at record levels, people are actually cutting out a lot of journeys and are driving less quickly."
What do you lot think?