Q: When passing a car how many miles ahead must you be able to see?

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With my 2000 Blazer it is 100 miles. I've been passing emissions by clearing codes for 6 years driving off the miles and passing.

It is 119.99 miles according to MapQuest, but if it makes you feel better, go ahead and call it about 120 miles.

Miles and miles are the same measurement. Therefore, he would be able to see 12 miles.

Virginia is two hours ahead of Colorado but its 1,469 miles between them

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