1. 6 metres from the nearest rail.
2. 5 metres from the nearest rail.
3. 10 metres from the nearest rail.
4. 3 metres from the nearest rail.
1. Slam on your brakes.
2. Pump the brakes, gradually slowing down until you can stop.
3. Pull the emergency brake and steer into the curve.
4. Ease off the accelerator, then speed up slightly as you regain traction.
1. When on the opposite side of a divided highway median.
2. There's room for the emergency vehicle to pass you.
3. When your emergency is more important than theirs.
4. When you are able to stay ahead of the emergency vehicle.
1. Ensure that you stay at least 150 metres ahead of the emergency vehicle.
2. Stop wherever you are.
3. Turn up the volume on the stereo.
4. Pull over to the curb and stop.
1. In intersections.
2. While driving on the righ side of the road.
3. In all circumstances.
4. While on your side of a divided median.
1. Shoulder check, then pull out when safe.
2. Check your rear-view mirror, then pull out when safe.
3. Signal, shoulder check, then pull out when safe.
4. Signal, check your rear-view mirror, then pull out when safe.
1. Slam on the brakes, hold the wheel firmly, and pull over to the side of the road.
2. Drive as fast as you can to the nearest service station.
3. Take your foot off the gas, hold the wheel firmly, gently press on the brakes and steer in the direction you want to go; pull over as soon as you can.
4. Stop immediately so that you don't ruin your tires even more.
1. Slam on the brakes.
2. Pull up your emergency brake.
3. Apply the brakes, look for an escape path, put the car in neutral and follow your escape path.
4. Keep driving until you run out of gas.
1. Your ability to see and hear hazards may be reduced.
2. Your car battery may wear down.
3. The reception may not be clear.
4. It may be difficult to hold on to the phone while driving.