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‘Tailgating’ means _________.

A Following another vehicle too closely.

‘Tailgating’ is used to describe this dangerous practice, often seen in fast-moving traffic and on motorways. Following the vehicle in front too closely is dangerous because it: restricts your view of the road ahead, and leaves you no safety margin if the vehicle in front slows down or stops suddenly.

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Tailgating is the practice of driving extremely close to the vehicle in front, and it is particularly dangerous. If someone is tailgating you, gently ease off the gas and allow more space in front of you. You definitely don't want to put yourself in a situation where you have to brake because the vehicle in front of you is too close. If you have plenty of space in front of you and the tailgater happens to hit you in the rear, your car will not hit the one in front, perhaps averting a massive pileup. Additionally, it simplifies the insurance problem a little bit.


Muhammad Asim

2 years ago

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2 years ago

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