Why you always have to pay attention on the Autobahn (see description)
This white van driver wanted to go directly from the Autobahn entrance to
the left lane without looking into the side mirror at first. I flashed him
and at the last moment he changed his mind.
A personal remark to all the smart-asses out there: Yes, I'm driving fast
in the video but it's perfectly legal, because at that point there is NO
speed limit. German Autobahn is without a general speed limit. And yes,
that was a crititical situation - which was defused by me. Nothing
happened. Nothing at all.
But for those, who like to bitch about me being too fast and speed being a
killer anyway, here are some statistical numbers. Source of the numbers is
- In 2011, 31 % of all traffic in Germany went on Autobahns. Yet only 6.4 %
of all accidents happened there and only 11.3 % of deaths on the road
- Of those 11.3 % of all dead people in Germany, 47.1 % were truck and van
drivers. Only 14.2 % were car drivers. Should tell you something about
who's driving worst here.
- In contrast to that, 60.9 % of all fatal accidents in Germany happened on
country roads, where a general speed limit of 100 km/h exists.
In conclusion, the Autobahn, thanks to good maintenance and an in general
good behaviour of traffic participants, is one of the safest roads in the
world - despite the lack of a general speed limit.
The average speed on the Autobahn is about 120 km/h, which makes a speed
limit unncessary anyway. All demands for introducing a speed limit so far
failed at the attempt, because there is absolutely no rational reason to
If you want to know my opinion: It is legal to drive fast on the Autobahn.
If certain people can't deal with that, feel unsafe or insecure because of
that, they are unfit for using the Autobahn in my book.
Driving Fast on the German Autobahn | AutoMotoTV
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No where else in the world are you allowed to drive as fast as on the
German autobahn. But driving fast is something that has to be learned! High
speed driving calls the utmost concentration and energy on the part of the
driver. Each year, more than two million accidents occur on the German
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2x Lamborghini Gallardo Racing on Autobahn!! - 1080p HD
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Yesterday I had a great day during an ''Autobahn Run''. We had a few nice
cars together and I participated with my GTI. In this first video you see
two black Lamborghini Gallardos, one is totally stock, but the other has a
Tubi Exhaust and Testpipes. Thanks to
that modification, this Gallardo has a very loud and high sound!
I hope you like this video, stay tuned for more Autobahn action!
Autobahn and Porsche Turbo
The Autobahns are German highways. There is a traffic sign that means no
speed limit! Germans have the best roads and the best cars.
Why do I think that German cars are the best?
Porsche turbo's top speed is 310km/h
(193mph). You won't see a girl driving that fast but if go to Germany,
you'll see german women driving her station wagons on faster than 200Km/h (125M/h).
What about driving a 480hp brand-new all wheel drive Porsche turbo?
...276km/h (172mph) is quite easy to reach.
This car is gorgeous, sexy and friendly.
Put your GSM card in the stereo system and send SMSs to your friends from
the steering wheel (slow down first).
At 218km/h "cruising on a rainy day"... an Audi A4 passed easily. That's
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Nissan GTR R35 Autobahn acceleration onboard.mp4
This video shows the acceleration of two Nissan GTR with 580hp
(COBB/Novidem tuned) on a German Autobahn with no speed limit. The video
gives a realistic impression of how you feel driving fast in Germany. It`s
all legal! VBox from Leitspeed - Speedo is GPS