GERMANY CONSIDERS SPEED LIMITS ON ITS FAMOUS AUTOBAHNS

The deputy head of Germany's Police Officers' Union, Michael Mertens, supported the introduction of a limit on Friday, calling it "crazy" that some people legally drive at 200 - 250 km/h.

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