About how far behind the car should you put the warning triangle in case of an emergency stop on a country road?
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“Place the warning triangle 50–100 metres behind the car.” (Driving Licence Book, 19th Edition, page 104)
“Place warning triangles in both directions around 150 metres from the site of the accident.” (There has been a traffic accident. What do I do? Published by the Royal Swedish Automobile Club)
“Turn on the hazard warning lights and put out a warning triangle (do not place it too close to the vehicle, but at least 100 metres away from it).” (Things to consider in the event of an accident. Published by Motormännen).
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