You see a car approaching from the rear. When you check your mirror again to change lanes, you no longer see the car. You should:
A) Look over your shoulder to be sure the care isn’t in your blind spot
B) Turn your signal on and change lanes slowly
C) Check your outside mirror to see if the care is in your blind spot
Look over your shoulder to be sure the care isn’t in your blind spot
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