This lane in the middle of a two-way street is used to:
A) Pass other vehicles when there is no oncoming traffic
B) Make right turns when there is no oncoming traffic
C) Begin or end left turns, or start a permitted U-turn
Begin or end left turns, or start a permitted U-turn
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- Use your headlights on rainy, snowy, or foggy days:
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- Before turning, you should:
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- When parked on any hill, always set your parking brake and:
- You should check traffic behind you:
- When you don’t see any other vehicles around you while driving:
- At highway speeds, on a dry road, a safe following distance is at least:
- Parking is NEVER permitted:
- Always look carefully for motorcycles before you change lanes because:
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