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3:Wet roads result in __________.CORRECT!A: poor tractionB: lower riskC: enhanced visibilityD: good tractionAnything on the roadway that makes it wet, slippery, or unstable will affect your tires' ability to hold on to the road. Lowand increases the risk of hydroplaning.
4:When preparing to pass another vehicle traveling at 50 mph on a two lane road, you will need at least __Did you know that at highway speeds, traveling at 60 mph, you will need about 20 seconds to pass another car travelin
of six football fields! It is critical that you make sure no vehicles are approaching in the oncoming traffic lane and you h5:The maximum legal speed limit on a rural interstate highway is __________.
You may not drive a vehicle on a highway at greater than reasonable speeds under current road conditions. Your speedvehicle anywhere near a highway. A person may not drive a vehicle on a highway at a speed in excess of 70 mph on a hiis 65 mph on other designated highways.6:As you approach an uncontrolled intersection, __________.

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