When is it especially important to look out for wild animals on the road?
- [A] Honk your horn
- [B] Turn on your high beams
- [C] Look slightly down to the right edge of your lane until the vehicle passes
- [D] Close your eyes
- [A] Increase your speed to clear the crosswalk
- [B] Reduce your speed to 30 km/h and stop if necessary
- [C] You have the right-of-way; no need to exercise caution
- [D] Immediately come to a complete stop
- [A] increase pressure on the brakes slightly.
- [B] slam on the brakes as hard as possible.
- [C] release pressure on the brakes slightly and reapply.
- [D] release pressure on the brakes completely.
- [A] dull and white.
- [B] shiny and white.
- [C] dull and black.
- [D] shiny and black.
- [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