At highway speeds, on a dry road, a safe following distance is at least:
A) 3 Seconds Of Following Distance From The Car Ahead Of You
B) 2 Seconds Of Following Distance From The Car Ahead Of You
C) 4 Seconds Of Following Distance From The Car Ahead Of You
4 Seconds Of Following Distance From The Car Ahead Of You
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