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in the second and a half that most people take to react to brake lights or some other thing, the distance the vehicle travels depends on the speed the vehicle is traveling. At 70 miles per hour, the vehicle will travel about 10 car lengths, but at 25 miles per hour, the vehicle will only travel about 2 car lengths. Unfortunately, going faster does not make us react any faster, but it does mean that the distance that is traveled while you are reacting is going to be longer.

2006-09-03 06:20:40
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