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Common theory questions

What is the braking distance of a train at high speed?

A train at high speed has a braking distance of 600-1,500 metres, which means that the train driver has no chance of stopping the train if a vehicle passes the level crossing at the wrong time. You therefore bear the full responsibility for ensuring that the passage is safe.