A motorist driving behind a motorcycle should increase their following distance by a minimum of:
When following a motorcycle, drivers should allow three or four seconds of additional following distance. Motorcycles can stop more quickly than cars, so additional space is needed to allow both vehicles to safely come to a stop in the event of an emergency.
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Connecticut Practice test 8