Lets not confuse laws with ideals. A law is a limitation where we can move in. An ideal has no limits.
For example: we have a law of moving for max. 50km/h. This law is for safety. It says that it is preferable to not go over that speed or else there is danger for accidents. So if you cross that safety limit then you are a danger for other people and you have to pay a fee.
Now, take ideal, you can move at whatever speed you want, but if you see a sign with 50km/h then you must be careful to not cross this limit because of the possible accidents. So it would be wise to take down your speed to not harm yourself or other people. If you do not consider the slowdown then you will have to pay a fee.
Most will say that the second part is a lie or misinformation, to me it is about a possitive mindset or reasoning.