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According to Kentucky law, you must complete a pass when

A you are within 100 feet of an oncoming vehicle.

Kentucky law requires you to complete a pass when you are within 100 feet (about five or six car lengths) of an oncoming vehicle. In many situations, however, you should complete the pass much sooner. If your vehicle and the oncoming vehicle are each traveling at 50 mph, the two vehicles will close a 100-foot distance in less than one second.