Gov. Rick Snyder is letting Michigan drivers go a little faster.
Snyder signed a package of bills Thursday that will, among other things, raise the speed limit on certain roads to 75-miles per hour.
The legislation also calls for lower speed limits on certain gravel roads and allows school district superintendents to adjust when speed zones are in effect around the schools.
Speed limit increases on certain freeways will only happen after a speed safety study is done by the Michigan State Police and Michigan Department of Transportation.