“Highway hypnosis” is a driver condition that can result from:
A) Staring At The Roadway For Long Periods Of Time
B) Frequent Rest Stops
C) Too Much Sleep The Night Before Your Trip
Staring At The Roadway For Long Periods Of Time
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- It is your responsibility to know:
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- When driving on wet roads, you should:
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- You may legally block an intersection:
- Your ability to stop is affected by:
- Which of the following is true about roadways on bridges and overpasses in cold, wet weather?
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