What can you do to avoid the need to make emergency (or “panic”) stops while driving in traffic?
A) Look Ahead And Maintain A Safe Following Distance
B) Drive In The Right Lane Only
C) Drive Slower Than The Flow Of Traffic
Look Ahead And Maintain A Safe Following Distance
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- At an intersection with a stop sign, you should stop and:
- Allow a larger space cushion when stopping:
- To turn left from a one-way street into a one-way street, use:
- You should not pass another vehicle:
- When driving on wet roads, you should:
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- Teenage drivers are more likely to be involved in a car crash when:
- At night, it is hardest to see:
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- Which of these statements is true about drinking alcohol and driving?
- Which of these statements is true about safety zones?
- You need to use extra caution when driving near a pedestrian using a white cane because:
- When you don’t see any other vehicles around you while driving:
- You must stop before you cross railroad tracks when:
- When passing a bicyclist, you should:
- Before passing another vehicle, you should signal:
- When you see an emergency vehicle with flashing lights, you must:
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