You are driving at 50 km/h and there is a car behind you. Which statement is true when you pass the 70 km/h sign?
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It is true that the law states the following:
“A driver is not permitted, without valid reason, to drive at an exaggeratedly low speed.” (Road Traffic Ordinance)
In this example, however, there appear to be valid reasons to maintain a low speed.
“A vehicle’s speed shall be adapted to what is required to ensure traffic safety. [...] In addition to other cases that are specifically stated, a driver must with consideration to the circumstances maintain a sufficiently low speed [...] in slippery road conditions.” (Road Traffic Ordinance)
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