FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Ever find yourself asking, “How come I always get stuck behind the driver going 20 miles per hour UNDER the speed limit?!” Aren’t there laws preventing people from driving too slow? According to the Alaska State Troopers, yes and no. Unfortunately, enforcing the “duty to yield” law isn’t simple as it may sound. First, in dense traffic it can be difficult to identify which driver is the slow one. Often, motorists slow for turning traffic and a gap may open up making it appear one driver is the slow one when in fact they just didn’t accelerate as rapidly as those drivers ahead of them. “AS 28.35.140. Unlawful Obstruction or Blocking of Traffic; Duty to Yield to Following Traffic. A person operating a motor vehicle … on a two-lane roadway outside of an urban area shall pull the vehicle off the roadway at the first opportunity to pull over safely if there are five or more motor vehicles immediately following that vehicle.” The “duty to yield” law was generally meant for motor homes and other large or slow-moving vehicles (Think: One driver holding up 4 miles of traffic on the Seward Highway in July). The law was not intended to penalize a driver for exercising caution on a dangerous, icy roadway that has heavy traffic already, according to the state troopers. Alaska’s basic speeding law prohibits driving faster than is ‘reasonable and prudent considering the traffic, roadway, and weather conditions.’ That means motorists must always drive at a safe speed. What that speed is depends on the circumstances. For instance, 65 miles per hour might be safe on a dry, sunny day. But if it’s dark and the road is icy, going 65 mph could be dangerous and a violation of the basic speeding law. Troopers: “Best advice may be to try and be patient and courteous on Alaska’s roads. We’ll get where we need to go as long as we all drive safely”.
SPORT.es It’s a ground where Lionel Messi had never previously played an official game (in fact, he had only played one friendly there, when he was 18). Upd. at 13:06 Espectacular recibimiento de la Bombonera a Leo Messi For that reason, they chose one of the most atmospheric stadiums in the country, Boca Junior’s Bombonera in Buenos Aires. 06/10/2017 CEST Argentina had a key game against Peru on Thursday as the battle for a place at the World Cup in Russia next summer. They wanted the ideal setting so that the Albiceleste could take advantage of playing at home. IN SPORT.ES Therefore, there was a spectacular reception from the Boca fans for Leo Messi. He was welcomed with a deafening ovation when he came onto the pitch and there was a banner held up behind the goal dedicated the No.10: “Messi, the greatest in the world, welcome to the Bombonera,” it read.
Players like Paulinho, Young and Neymar have caused consternation among fans on social media, who do not agree with their presence. They have highlighted the absence of players like Kante, Varane, De Bruyne, Lukaku, Pogba and Lucas Hernandez. And for many, Thibaut Courtois was the best goalkeeper, not Lloris. Modric wins the Golden Ball at the World Cup PEl once ideal de la FIFA | FIFA Upd. on 18/07/2018 at 18:29 CEST RELATED STORIES At least Luka Modric and Kylian Mbappe’s names are widely agreed with – and they also won the Best Player and Best Young Player awards respectively on Sunday after the final. FIFA have published their Best XI of the World Cup in Russia. They have picked a 4-4-2 and lined up with: Lloris, Trippier, Varane, Lovren, Young, Paulinho, Modric, Hazard, Neymar, Griezmann and Mbappé. Sport EN El polémico once ideal del Mundial de Rusia 2018 según la FIFA 17/07/2018 IN SPORT.ES RMC: Real Madrid and Chelsea reach deal for Thibaut Courtois