Things happen faster at higher speeds. In this lesson you’ll look at what good drivers do when they’re travelling at higher speeds.
Drive at higher speeds and where to look
Choose the best following distance and road position for driving at higher speeds
When you're driving fast, you have less time to react and your car responds differently. Because of this, driving at higher speeds increases the chances of having a crash.
The best way to stay safe while you’re driving at higher speeds is to leave a buffer of space around your car.
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