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Re: A safe distance.
I gotta hope the original post was tongue in cheek. Maybe it's obvious and
I'm just feeling gullible today. I know I've always felt slamming into the
car in front of me was not a necessity in enjoying the driving experience.
Maybe (!) everybody else on the road doesn't believe in the best tires you
can get, safe following distances, awareness of surroundings, ABS, good
>I like my older brother's philosophy on tailgating.
> If you follow at 4 or 5 car links and the guy ahead of you slams
> on brakes or hits something, you're gonna really smack him pretty
> hard. If you're only a foot or so from his bumper, you distribute
> all your energy into tearing up his car - no impact between you and
>Sounds good anyway. And makes sense, given the assumption that you're
>gonna make contact.
|I've got to say that's not an assumption I generally make (something about