Have you noticed more and more that it's nearly impossible NOT to speed around Connecticut?

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I admit it, I'm a habitual law breaker. I often find myself going 10-20 miles over the posted limit. It's not intentional. I've never done anything like the person I read about in a Facebook post from the Connecticut State Police - Troop L in Litchfield. They got snagged doing 120 MPH on Rt. 8 Northbound by Exit 43 in Harwinton. I live right off of that exit in Torrington, and damn, it's tough to not fly on that stretch of roadway.

I don't drive a vehicle with 300 horsepower, but I do ignore my speedometer and go with the flow of traffic, MPH be damned. I started thinking about where it's toughest to maintain the posted speed limit around Connecticut. Here's where I think you'll morph into the proverbial 'fish in a barrel' for law enforcement officers.

5 Places in Connecticut Where It's Impossible Not to Speed

Connecticut's highways are congested, but there are some places that are wide open. When they are, it's nearly impossible to maintain the posted speed limit. These are the 5 places in Connecticut that I find it's nearly impossible not to speed

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