The German Autobahn. No speed limits. A driver's paradise. At least that's what we read here in America. The reality is more mundane, if not dangerous.
Much of the Autobahn has speed limits nowadays, thanks to cars just being so damn fast. Well, that and there are trucks everywhere. And Germans shat their collective pants back in the '70s and '80s when they thought high speed driving was going to wipe out their precious forests. They called it Forest Death and it scared just about everyone into driving slower.
In any case, there still are some sections of unrestricted Autobahn in Detuschland, but even they aren't always some kind of driving nirvana, as CarnivalofBowls complained in our post on underpowered cars.