Double-nickel — the 55-mph speed limit— is still common on highways across the South.
Now, Alabama is adding a new limit: A quarter and a penny.
Al.com reports, Alabama 135 now has a 26-mph (42 kph) speed limit through Gulf State Park.
It's on a stretch of highway in south Alabama. The speed limit there used to be 35-mph (56 kph).
The idea is that drivers will take note of the speed limit since it is an unusual one, Gulf Shores Police Chief Edward Delmore said.