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The two second rule appears to have evolved from studies of reaction times and probably serves as a good rule of thumb for drivers. It is used as more. Courts use the two second rule (or a three second rule in some US jurisdictions) to codify exact parameters missing from otherwise ambiguous tailgating laws that prohibit "following too closely." Then, ...


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There's dispute in the numbers. Tesla makes the claim, of course, that their vehicles equipped with Autopilot have lower accident rates than their vehicles without. In 2017, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said that Tesla collisions dropped almost 40% after Autosteer was installed, but that number was disputed in 2019 when a report ...


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