Stopping Distances

 

Instead of learning them off by heart for your theory test, remember that the thinking distance is always the speed (mph) in feet, the braking distance is the speed in feet times a constant, where the constant is 1 plus 0.5 for every 10 mph over 20 mph, then the stopping distance is those two numbers added together – simple really! The method is summarised in the table below:

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