If an oncoming driver is heading toward you in your lane, you should:
A) Steer Right, Blow Your Horn, And Accelerate
B) Steer Right, Blow Your Horn, And Brake
C) Stay In The Center Of Your Lane, Blow Your Horn, And Brake
Steer Right, Blow Your Horn, And Brake
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