Tailgating doesn’t accomplish anything

Editor:

We’re all suitably impressed by drivers of big pickup trucks, and we appreciate the contribution of gas tax dollars towards our growing public debt.

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However, please try to remember the dangers of tailgating.

For those of you unfamiliar with the term, tailgating is following much too close to the vehicle in front of you.

Generally, a good two second gap is a reasonable rule of thumb.

Tailgating doesn’t accomplish anything. It doesn’t get you anywhere faster, and it endangers the lives of other drivers.

Just think about this when you are on the road. Thank you.

George Stewart

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