Q: How many seconds should you search ahead of the vehicle for a open path of travel?

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About 6.24 seconds at 45mph to travel 412 feet.

You should be 2-3 seconds behind a given point that the vehicle in front just passed. At 65 mph, that is 95 feet per second, so multiply by 2 or 3 and you should be 190-280 feet behind

At 35 mph you will travel about 154 feet in three seconds.

There are only 31,536,000 seconds in a year. So, light can only travel for 31,536,000 in a year.

There are 3600 seconds in one hour. Therefore, you would travel 15 x 1.4/3600 = 0.00583 recurring (that is, 0.00583333..) miles (that is, 9.38784 metres) in 1.4 seconds.

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About 6.24 seconds at 45mph to travel 412 feet.

You should be 2-3 seconds behind a given point that the vehicle in front just passed. At 65 mph, that is 95 feet per second, so multiply by 2 or 3 and you should be 190-280 feet behind

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[ (242/45) x (the vehicle's average speed in miles per hour) ] feet

Convert the seconds to hours (dividing by 3600), then multiply the speed by the time. That will give you the distance (in miles, in this case).

You follow the vehicle ahead of you by 3 seconds, you should never plan a path where you will be unless you are switching lanes and need to know how much space you have because while driving things can change in an instant, for good defensive driving just be prepared for anything at any time, and always follow vehicles by 3 seconds from the time their rear bumper passes an object until your front bumper passes the same stationary object

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