When sharing the road with a light rail train or trolley, you:
A) May not drive in the lane next to the trolley
B) Should monitor all traffic signals closely because they can change for the trolley
C) May turn in front of an approaching trolley at an uncontrolled intersection
Should monitor all traffic signals closely because they can change for the trolley
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