Hi, first of all, with regards to my question, I am a native of the volunteer state, but now live in Colorado. Anyway, while growing up I had always heard that THP and most agencies consider 20 MPH or over the posted speed limit to be "default" reckless driving by speed. However, I have searched the T.C.A. statutes (Tennessee Code Annotated) and cannot find any law that specifically states that 20 over the PSL is any more of an egregious violation than say 10-15 mph in excess of the speed limit. Anybody know the truth regarding this? I'll be honest, I typically drive 75 MPH thru Knoxville on I-40 (artificially low posted at 55 on the interstate btw) and would really like some clarification so I don't really screw myself while visiting family out there in a couple of weeks. Thanks in advance!