dpw:Adamal: I've always wondered this: If you're driving in bad conditions, and you've already lowered your speed accordingly, what if the conditions change for the better? Should you reduce your speed even further? :P
Mate, you're not the only one who wondered about this - I think by now we've all realised the ditty could be done much better in oh-so-many ways :o)
NonprayingMantis: It's simple. Every time the conditions change (whether for better or worse), you must reduce your speed.
If you are on a particularly long road trip with changeable weather then this might mean you end up slowing down so much you actually go into reverse, and end up back at your starting point (potentuially travelling incredibly fast in reverse).
RedJungle: After driving to Auckland and back last weekend. I hereby propose a new jingle:
"If you drive between 80 and 90 then speed up at overtaking lanes you're a dick"
Catchy don't you think?
paradoxsm: That's why you need a road legal car that can do the 1/4 mile in record breaking time, Get past those dicks.