Which one of the following is true about West Virginia's speed limits?
You must not exceed the posted speed limit. In fact, you can only travel at the speed limit when road, weather, and traffic conditions are good. West Virginia's 'Basic Speed Law' states that every driver must drive at a speed suitable for the current conditions. You are legally required to slow down when there are hazards present. But, you also must drive at or above the minimum speed limit, unless conditions are particularly poor. If you cannot meet a road's minimum speed limit, you should find another route. [Basic Speed Law, Chapter VI: Traffic Laws and Rules of the Road, State of West Virginia Driver's Licensing Handbook]