November 16th, 2014

JAMES VAN DER BEEK'S LAST BREATH

(no subject)

Why do people sometimes stop 1-2 carlengths behind the car in front of them when stopped in traffic?

[edit]
I don't mean a reasonable amount of space between the car in question and the car in front, i.e. the "you can still see their tires and won't inadvertently rear-end them and have space to get around them if they stop" rule, or the two-Mississippi rule in moving traffic. I mean an extraordinarily long space left, particularly at stoplights, as with the person in the comments who mentioned that another car or two has room to steal your spot, THAT amount of space.
[/edit]
passion

Query.

Ben: Hi question people!
You: Hi Ben!
Ben: I have a question for you.
You: We have an answer for you!
Ben: Can you recommend some good friend-making communities please?
You: Of course we can!
Ben: Thank you question people.


BЭN