Which of the following is true about driving on a wet roadway?
A) As You Drive Faster, Your Tires Become Less Effective
B) Water Does Not Affect Cars With Good Tires
C) As You Decrease Your Speed, The Roadway Becomes More Slippery
As You Drive Faster, Your Tires Become Less Effective
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