When driving through a work zone, it is a good safety practice to:
A) Drive Close To The Vehicle In Front Of You To Keep Traffic Flowing Freely
B) Shorten Your Usual Following Distance — By About Half
C) Lengthen Your Usual Following Distance — By Double
Lengthen Your Usual Following Distance — By Double
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