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Depends on your speed .. divide the speed (in km/h) by 2, that's the lenght (in meters) u have to obtain for save driving.

Example: if u are going 100 km/h u have to keep 50m away from the car in front of u.

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Q: How many car lengths of distance between cars driving?

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Six car lengths is a good distance.

Safe distance is 2 seconds, or 4 car lengths. More if snow is on the ground or its raining.

You should be 1 car behind for every 10 mph

One car length for every 10 miles per hour.

I always heard of the two second rule but I am not sure if that is law.

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one car length per 10 miles per hour

it is recommende to keep a gap of at least two seconds behind the car in front of you so the distance varies with the speed

A safe distance, there is no defined limits of this type as driving near parked cars is situational (at best).

One car length for every 10 miles per hour of speed.

The standard rule of thumb is that there should be about three car lengths between cars on the road when traffic is flowing.

The standard rule of thumb is that there should be about three car lengths between cars on the road when traffic is flowing.