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Sure you do. There has to be

Sure you do. There has to be a set of standards to determine what is considered reckless and what isn't. What seems reckless to one person might not seem reckless to another. Lets say for example my driveway is close to a bend in the road. The speed limit is set so I can see there in no traffic coming and safely pull out of my driveway without the worry of being struck. If somebody does not know what the speed limit is and does not know there is a driveway on the other side of the bend...How do they know what speed is reckless? You might be able to handle the turn at 80 mph but you put the resident leaving his driveway at risk everytime he has to leave his home.

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