Tailgating doesn’t speed up your commute.

Tailgating doesn’t speed up your commute.

Research out of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 2017 suggests that if we all keep an equal distance (similar to how birds in flocks fly), we’d get to our destinations twice as fast. The study confirmed that maintaining an equal distance between cars on either end of you gets you to your destination significantly faster than if you tailgate the car in front of you. Of course, you can’t control the car behind you, which is why we all need to get on the same page and stop tailgating.

 
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