It is more like car length than seconds when following another car. You should be at least 2 car lengths from the other car.
15 - 30 seconds
We know that there are 60 seconds in one minute, so a division problem should reveal our answer. 1720 seconds Ã· 60 seconds/minute = 28 and 2/3 minutes
15 times a minute:
I usually do 30 seconds to a minute.
At minimum 3 seconds. If the road conditions are adverse, it should be 5 seconds or more.
You should only have the starter activated in any type of vehicle for about 15 to 20 seconds at a time. If the vehicle doesn't start within that time period, wait at least one minute before attempting to start it again.
Drivers should look 12 to 15 seconds ahead of their vehicle on city streets and ______ seconds ahead on freeways