What should you do to prevent the crack-the-whip effect?
Stay close to the rear of the car in front of you so you can make sure your driving is smooth to avoid hitting the car in front.
Drive fast so that you have no chance of causing a crack-the-whip effect.
Change lanes quickly to avoid the crack-the-whip effect.
Steer gently and smoothly when pulling trailers.
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