Ok, I'll admit it, I have become a bit bored with reading about problems/resolutions/fatalities lately, and still enjoy hearing a new owners thrill of delivery, but........ So, before my Tesla I normally drove an ICE Toyota Land Cruiser, and sometimes still do. Big, heavy, and pretty quiet, but not quick or fast. On a daily basis I seemed to set cruise control at 72-78MPH, and might bump to 85 when passing. Now, with the Tesla I seem to set cruise at 78-86mph and often find myself at just under a 100mph without trying while passing. In Southern California, it is not crazy fast (I don't think). To be very clear, I am not going those speeds weaving in and out from the left to the right, but only with reasonably clear traffic with very minimal lane changes. What say the rest of you? Moving from whatever to the Tesla, how did your highway speeds change, if at all? I know in the Northeast the police ticket at even 5 or 6 over (so might be a mute point), but out here, I am passed by highway patrol while going 9-12MPH over without a glance, at least not yet.