Road signs and police
Rest area and animals
Traffic and road conditions
By looking out the window
Checking your mirrors regularly
Getting on the C. B. radio.
Letting other drivers know you're there to help prevent accidents.
Using hand signals.
Driving a brightly colored vehicle.
Within 10 feet of the front or rear and 100 feet behind and ahead of the vehicle.
Within 50, 100, and 150 feet of the vehicle.
Within 10, 20, and 30 feet of the vehicle.
Road conditions, reaction distance, and braking distance
Perception distance, reaction distance, and braking distance
Braking distance, controlling speed, and reaction distance.
Driving in the snow
When the tires lose their contact with the road
When you hit a pot hole
Rain and snow mixed
A thin layer of ice clear enough that you can see the road underneath it.
Stop faster than you can.
Take turns faster than you can.
Drink some coffee.
Take some caffeine pills.
Get some sleep before you drive.
None of the above.