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What are some important things you can do to prepare for driving in extreme weather?
Stock your truck with extra flares and emergency triangles
Clean out the trucks exhaust pipe(s) and replace windshield washer fluid with "all season" washer fluid
Check the forecast, make sure the radio works, and fully charge your cell phone.
All of the above
When you encounter fog, rain, wind, snow, or ice while en route, what are some general precautions to take in order to remain safe?
Slow down to increase traction and maintain control of your vehicle.
Use your low beams and windshield wipers to increase visibility
Pull over and wait for the weather to improve if the conditions are too dangerous.
All of the above
If you can't see at least three vehicle lengths ahead of you when driving in fog, your driving speed should be:
5 to 10 mph
10 to 15 mph
15 to 20 mph
20 to 25 mph
Rain can affect your visibility and have a serious impact on your traction. What specific actions can you take to stay safe while driving in rain?
Reduce your speed and increase the distance between you and the vehicle ahead
Turn on your high beams and reduce your speed
Grip the wheel firmly with both hands and turn your windhield wipers on the lowest setting
Decrease the distance between you and the vehicle ahead and look at the radar on your phone.
Which of the following are clues that ice might be present on the road?
Ice is forming on the front of you outside mirrors
The outside temperature is above 32 degress F
You see road spray coming from the tires of vehicles in front of you.
Both A and C
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