Dots Offer Drivers Guidance


Tailgating can mean two things: a barbeque in a parking lot, or a fellow motorist too close to another car. The latter can be annoying, and even dangerous. There are ways to try to stop it: everything from nasty bumper stickers telling people to back off to safety guidelines taught in driver’s ed. Minnesota is using what’s called “distance dots” so people can gauge how far behind another vehicle they should be. Shamane Mills reports…

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