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      11-27-2012, 09:21 PM   #47
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Originally Posted by jeff4598 View Post
I disagree with posts 40 &41. All else equal a car going 100 mph takes 2.6 times as long to come to a stop as one going 62mph. I doubt that the variables delineated would come close to compensating for that difference.
Your point is mute if the person going 100mph has nothing in front of him for a mile while the person going 62 has a car 80 feet ahead. And stopping distance is only one variable.
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