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Common theory questions

How does the braking distance increase and decrease in relation to speed?

The braking distance increases or decreases quadratically (to the power of 2) in relation to the speed. For example, if you double the speed, the braking distance will quadruple and if you halve the speed, the braking distance decreases to a quarter.