2 seconds is the safe distance.
Yes. But if you are being tailgated there is little you can do to ensure the car behind you is the appropriate distance. If you slow down enough, the gap between you and the car ahead of you may encourage the vehicle behind to pass you and move into that empty spot in front of you.
Drivers should look 12 to 15 seconds ahead of their vehicle on city streets and ______ seconds ahead on freeways
I was taught that you should look ahead a minimum of 15 seconds ahead. That equates to about a block to a block and a half ahead of you.
10 seconds (1/4 mile ahead)
your line-of-sight is greater than 30 seconds ahead
One should look 10 to 12 seconds ahead to avoid collisions.
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