Yo C
Is it okay to say that "Motorbikes mustn't run more than 40km/h in the city."? Personally, I think it's better to say: 
"Motorbike DRIVERS mustn't run more than 40km/h in the city" BUT  I am not sure if  "Motorbikes mustn't run more than 40km/h in the city." is right or not. 
If you know the answer, please help me. 
Thank you so much. 

Apr 5, 2019 3:57 PM
Comments · 6

I personally would write, though there are many variations, 

"Motorbike DRIVERS mustn't <strike><font style="background-color: yellow;">run</font></strike> <font style="background-color: yellow;">travel at</font> more than 40km/h in the city" <sub></sub><sup></sup><strike></strike>

April 5, 2019


I would just say "the speed limit for motorbikes is 40 km per hour" in the city"

Have a nice day.

April 6, 2019

I think they musnt travel 40 km/h for safety

April 5, 2019
Ahaha in cities like the Netherlands, right? You go to Portugal and at 40 h / km you just can't get up, the bike doesn't go up, in the car until you have to change the gear because the car goes on the effort and you don't get up at 40h / k. 
August 1, 2019
Thank you so much Derry Bryant ^^ It's a good sentence for me. 
April 6, 2019
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