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|3rd June 2010, 12:53||#31|
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The reasons are simple : the vehicle at the rear has to maintain enough distance in order to stop safely if the vehicle in front has to make an emergency stop. This is valid for all speeds, especially at high speeds, where the possibility of being rear ended is very high.
I do this on an every day basis negotiating the unpredictable and unruly traffic in Mumbai's suburbs.
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