Rolf Hägglund wonder in a letter to the editor of the DN Opinion, who should pay for the repair costs if his car breaks down, then he runs over fartgupp on a road signposted with a speed limit of 30 kilometres an hour, but the group is not capable of higher speeds than 10-15 km in an hour.
the so-called laws. The speed of the traffic is such.
there are 30 on a traffic sign means that the permitted speed is a maximum of 30 kilometres an hour. It is allowed to run slower.
to adapt your speed to the prevailing traffic conditions, without exceeding the maximum allowable speed.
So the answer to the question is that it is the driver himself who pays the damage caused by higher speed than what for the moment was appropriate.