Wells Fargo has been exposed for abusing its customers by opening approximately 2 million accounts and credit cards for depositors who did not ask for them and did not know about them. Wells Fargo employees went so far as to create phony PIN numbers and fake email addresses to enroll customers in online banking services, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said. You may have been paying bank fees on accounts you didn't even sign up for. If a credit card was opened without you knowing about it, your credit score could have been affected.
The Montana legislature repealed the old "basic rule" speed statute in 1999. The relevant part of the statute now reads:
Subject to the maximum speed limits set forth in subsection (1), a person shall operate a vehicle in a careful and prudent manner and at a reduced rate of speed no greater than is reasonable and prudent under the conditions existing at the point of operation, taking into account the amount and character of traffic, visibility, weather, and roadway conditions.
Mont. Code Ann. § 61-8-303(3)(emphasis added). In other words, you can never legally drive faster than the posted limit but sometimes the law may require you to drive slower.