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During the oil embargo, the Federal government reduced highway speed limits to 605565 miles per hour.
During the oil embargo, the Federal government reduced highway speed limits to 55 miles per hour.
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During the oil embargo, the Federal government reduced highway speed limits to 55 miles per hour.
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