Count the distance the average car follows in traffic next time you drive. 1/2 second is very common. Following the pattern of what-most-drivers are doing, the pulse of the common driver creates a VERY BAD habit. It building a high-risk attitude into your driving. Stay back 3 or more seconds and give yourself the time to avoid in case of trouble. This is not just a driving school thing. It’s a life-saving thing.
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