To pass a slower-moving vehicle on a two-lane road you must:
A) Not Cross The Center Line
B) Flash Your Lights To Oncoming Traffic
C) Use That Lane That Belongs To Oncoming Traffic
Use That Lane That Belongs To Oncoming Traffic
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- When approaching a stopped school bus with its red lights flashing and its stop arm extended, you must:
- When driving in fog, you should use your:
- You hit a parked car and can’t find the owner. What must you do?
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- Anything that requires you to _______ could cause you to crash.
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