Ex. 28.06: Driving in Norway
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DRIVING IN NORWAY. Norway has two general speed limits, 50 km/h in densely populated areas and 80 km/h in sparsely populated areas. This translates to 31 and 49 mph, which is considerably slower than in North America.
The Norwegian Public Roads Administration and the Police campaign in multiple ways to get Norwegians to obey the speed limits and to wear their seat-belts.
You will also see a number of signs along the road which read “Husk bilbelte” with a part of someone’s body resembling a seat belt showing that someone cares about you. There are many TV commercials to advocate for wearing seat belts. Do you have anything similar to this campaign in your home community?Correct AnswersIncorrect