a) A gap of about 4 seconds as it is easy to misjudge distances at night.
b) The same 3-second gap you would leave during the day.
c) A gap of about 2 seconds so you can watch the vehicles in front closely and see when they are stopping.
a) Stay calm and in control of your vehicle at all times.
b) Chase the car to tell the driver how to drive.
c) Respond by using your horn and/or flashing your lights, to let the driver know how you feel.
a) Only when you approach a stop sign.
b) Only when the traffic is heavy.
c) At all times before entering the intersection.
a) Vehicles on your left only.
b) Vehicles on your right.
c) An oncoming vehicle about to turn right.
a) A vehicle approaching from your left and intending to turn right.
b) An oncoming vehicle going straight ahead or turning left, and any vehicle on your right.
c) Only pedestrians.
a) Yes, whether they are turning or not.
b) No, only the vehicle on the right.
c) No, you have right of way.
a) Yes, it has the same meaning as the sign itself.
b) No, but you must give way if turning.
c) No, you only need to give way to the vehicle on your right.
a) Yes, a driver turning right or left must give way to pedestrians, if there is a danger of a collision
b) Yes, only if turning left.
c) Yes, only if turning right.
a)Proceed if there is no traffic on your right.
b) Travel into the intersection and wait until traffic ahead moves.
c) Wait until there is room for you to completely cross the intersection.
a) The far left-hand lane.
b) The far right-hand lane or any other lane having an arrow pointing right.
c)The lane carrying the least amount of traffic.
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