Kindly settle this argument for me:
According to 'the book', (Signs, Signals and Road Markings), yellow signs denote a 'suggested' speed limit.
Suppose then, that the given limit on a stretch of road is 60kph, with a twist or two being prefaced by one of these signs, 'suggesting' you drop your speed down to 20kph for navigation of the bend.
If I continue through the turn at 60kph, and joe.law just happens to see me do this, and offers to inform me otherwise .... what stack of tickets am I legally subject to, if any?
My argument is that I'm maintaining the official speed limit and declining the 'suggested' speed.
His argument is that it's unsafe behavior, and subject to an 'undue care', 'reckless driving', or similar.
This seems vague and open to interpretation.