A car is coming towards you in a residential area. Both of you will pass a parked car at the same time. You should steer:
A) Closer to the oncoming car than the parked car
B) closer to the parked car than the oncoming car
C) A middle course between the oncoming and parked cars
A middle course between the oncoming and parked cars
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