Davinder Singh
Davinder Singh - 1 year ago in Learner’s Practice Quiz

Which of the following statements about changing lanes is true?

[A] Slow down as much as possible
[B] Quickly accelerate to get ahead of other vehicles
[C] Maintain your speed and do a shoulder check
[D] None of the above
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Avoid sudden maneuvers.

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Mednoon Kongprasert
Mednoon Kongprasert - 6 months ago

[C] maintain your speed and do a shoulder check. Is the correct answer

OROBOSA OSA-IZEKO
OROBOSA OSA-IZEKO - 5 months ago

OROBOSA OSA-IZEKO from Wabasca-desmarais, Canada is saying Maintain your speed and do a shoulder check is correct answer

Mednoon Kongprasert
Mednoon Kongprasert - 6 months ago

Mednoon Kongprasert from Calgary, Canada is saying Maintain your speed and do a shoulder check is correct answer

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