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Q: Assuming constant speed, drivers should look down the road and spot significant traffic phenomena at least _______ seconds before reaching them.
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The economic cost to society of speed-related crashes is estimated by the NHTSA to be ___________ per year. $40.4 million $40.4 billion $40.4 trillion User: The most dangerous driving situation, and the one which produces multiple car crashes daily, is ___________ at high speeds in rush hour traffic. speeding weaving in and out shadowing tailgating
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The economic cost to society of speed-related crashes is estimated by the NHTSA to be $40.4 billion per year.

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The most dangerous driving situation, and the one which produces multiple car crashes daily, is TAILGATING at high speeds in rush hour traffic.
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City speed limits are _____ MPH as a rule. 25 30 45 55 User: Hydroplaning is when a car "floats on water" as little as one-half inch deep. True False
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City speed limits are 55 MPH as a rule.
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