Germany's biggest car club said Friday it is shifting its position on the introduction of a general speed limit on the Autobahn to “neutral.”

The ADAC, which counts about one in four Germans among its members, said it would refrain from making any recommendations “until further notice” amid growing demands for Germany to pull level with neighboring countries that restrict speeds on their highways.

Currently, about 70% of Germany's highway network has no speed limit.

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Autobahn No More? Biggest Opponent To Speed Limits In Germany Changes Stance

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