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If you are driving a 30-foot vehicle at 55 mph, you should leave how many seconds of following distance?

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Explaination
The formula for following distance is one second per ten feet of vehicle, plus an extra second if you are traveling over 40 mph. Therefore, for a 30-foot vehicle traveling at 55 mph, you should leave a following distance of 4 seconds.