a safe following distance for a car is two cars lengths for every ten miles per hour that you are traveling if you are traveling at 65 miles per hour how many car lengths is a safe following distance?
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65mph=6×10+½×10, so the safe distance is 6×2+½×2 car lengths=12+1=13 car lengths.

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