Tulsa Attorney BlogWhat’s the Speed Limit in Tulsa if No Signs Are Posted?

There Is Actually a Default Speed You May Not Know Of

traffic ticket lawyer in TulsaVideo Transcribed: What is the speed limit in Tulsa if no signs are posted? I’m James Wirth, a lawyer in Tulsa, Oklahoma. That’s the question that we have.

It’s pretty simple. It’s part of the municipal code. It’s found in Section 6-17, Speeding. What it provides is as follows, “Speed limits unposted, any speed greater than 25 miles per hour, unless official traffic control devices are erected indicating a greater or lesser speed, is unlawful.” So, that’s the simple answer. If there are no posted signs, the default speed limit within the boundaries of the City of Tulsa is 25 miles per hour.

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