Davinder Singh
Davinder Singh - 3 months ago in ICBC Knowledge Practice Test 3

According to the estimates of experts, what percentage of driving information is transmitted to drivers via their eyes?

[A] 60 percent
[B] 80 percent
[C] 50 percent
[D] 30 percent
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Drivers receive a large amount of information from their eyesight - the largest amount that's an answer option.

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sze yuk
sze yuk - 2 months ago

sze yuk from Vancouver, Canada is saying 80 percent is correct answer

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