Entering a highway, you should?
A. Signal, accelerate to same speed as highway and merge
B. Signal, go as fast as you possibly can and merge
C. Signal, slow down and merge
D. Signal, stop and merge
Which the right answer??
- MarkLv 72 months ago
A, of course, assuming that there's no stop sign or light. Speed differentials cause the most serious accidents.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Read the Driver's training manual completely and you will find the answer. You are not ready for life.
- River EuphratesLv 72 months ago
E. Get TF out of my way!
- 3 months ago
It's obviously A, (only is B if your car has a crappy engine and you can't accelerate up to freeway speeds if you floored it) the goal is to merge smoothly with freeway traffic.
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- iblis666lovesyouLv 63 months ago
It is c. In most cases. Yielding then going the normal speed limit. Sometimes you want to accelerate if a slow car is around. But it's okay going 5 miles less than the speed limit.
- 3 months ago
Doesn't your country have a book which you are supposed to read when you are learning to drive?
Your country clearly has internet access, does it not have a government website that covers these questions? Or do you live in Retardistan?
- ?Lv 73 months ago
A, obivously. You always want to match your speed when merging with traffic, whether its changing lanes or entering from an on ramp. Going as fast as you can would be breaking the speed limit, and slowing or stopping could present a hazard to other traffic in the lane behind you. Its common sense stuff.
- artherLv 53 months ago
read the drivers hand book again if you can't answer that you shouldn't be on the road.
- MercuryLv 73 months ago
Seems you have not passed the driving test.