30mph during dry weather
As you were driving at 30 mph, on a dry road, and not distracted by a mobile phone or impaired by alcohol, you were able to stop safely when the pedestrian stepped out unexpectedly.
- Thinking Distance
- Braking Distance
- Overall Stopping Distance
Injury: None, the car stopped before the pedestrian.
- At this speed on a dry road, a driver who was using a mobile phone or who had been drinking, would hit the pedestrian. Re-run the simulator, and select mobile phone use or drink driving to see how this changes the result.
- Wet weather increases braking distances. Re-run the simulator, and select wet weather, to see how much the braking distance increases, and how this changes the result.