Davinder Singh - 1 week ago in ICBC Knowledge Practice Test 3

In which of the following situations should you leave more than the recommended two seconds of following distance between you and the car ahead of you?

[A] When you are behind a larger vehicle that blocks more of your view.
[B] When you are traveling at higher speeds.
[C] When you are in inclement weather conditions.
[D] All of the above
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