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Missing national speed limit sign

Reported by Ivan Murray-Smith at 20:01, Fri 23 October 2020

As can be seen here there is no terminal national speed limit sign informing users of the end of the 40 mph restriction. This limit was imposed by Warwickshire County Council when it enacted The Warwickshire County Council (Village of Hatton) (40 MPH Speed Limit) (Variation No. 2) Order 2017, under section 85 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 the county council must, when making such an order, ensure that appropriate signage is in place to inform road users not only of where such a limit starts, but also of where it ends.



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