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speed limit on dual carrigeways?

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Am I right in thinking it is 110kmph for a car?

I read conflicting info - Wikipedia says 110km other sources say that is so only if carriageways are separated

by a metal barrier. What about the thousands of kms of new-ish inter city dual carriageways that only have a very dangerous looking v-shaped concrete rain gully in the middle?

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Even on dual carriageways the speed limit is 90 Kph. usually the police will not fine you if you are under 100 Kph.

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The maximum speed limit is 90km/h on the dual carrigeways.We have to drive under  speed limits.But highways speed limit is max 120km/h in Turkey. You musn't exceed the limits.

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According to the National Trafic Polis webpage , for cars [ not people carriers like Doblo,Connect etc]

Cars 

50kph in town

90 kph on highway

110kph dual carriageway

120kph motorway

 

 

 

 

 

 

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....UNLESS you're driving to Cesme...then everyone seems to blow past you as if your standing still.

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That's a fact. Sometimes they make your car move from the rush of wind. Or if you're forgetful enough to be in the fast lane, they'll suddenly appear behind you, right up on your bumper, flashing their lights!

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