Are You A Safe Driver can you stop in time by TPenney

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									          Are You A Safe Driver
          Can you stop in Time
The travelling speed of a vehicle prior to spotting a hazard
 and attempting to brake, and the consequential stopping
  distance, is the critical factor in avoiding a crash and the
potential for death and injury at any speed of collision. The
travelling speed of a vehicle prior to spotting a hazard and
   attempting to brake, and the consequential stopping
  distance, is the critical factor in avoiding a crash and the
   potential for death and injury at any speed of collision




For kph, the following conversions are relevant:
10mph = 16km/h; 20mph = 32km/h; 30mph = 48km/h; 40mph =
64km/h; 50mph = 81km/h; 60mph = 97km/h; 70mph = 113km/h;
80mph = 129km/h; 90mph = 145km/h

								
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