I have heard that I can drive 5 or 10 mile per hour over the posted speed limit without being ticketed. Is this true?
It is a violation of Kansas law to speed as little as 1 mile per hour over the posted speed limit. The law states speed violations of 10 or less miles per hour over the speed limit in 55 to 75 mile per hour zones will not count as moving violations for purposes of driving records.

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1. How fast is too fast?
2. How do Troopers measure how fast vehicles are going?
3. I have heard that I can drive 5 or 10 mile per hour over the posted speed limit without being ticketed. Is this true?
4. Can I get a speeding ticket if I drive with the flow of traffic?
5. How fast can I go when I am passing another vehicle?
6. Can I have a radar detector in Kansas?
7. I was stopped for speeding, but my radar detector never went off. Why?