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Match the clues on the left with the words in the list on the right. Place the matching letter in the blank to the left of the number.
Dangerous areas around trucks that the truck driver is unable to see where crashes are most likely to occur.
Occurs when the trailer of a large vehicle follows a tighter path than that of the tractor, resulting in the tractor swinging wide left or right to prepare for the turn.
A collision in which a portion of a passenger vehicle slides under another vehicle.
Area located in the middle of a block, which requires you to yield to pedestrians as you would at an intersection.
Requires drivers to slow and change lanes when approaching a roadside incident, such as an emergency vehicle stopped on the side of the road.
An area where roadwork takes place and may involve lane closures, detours and moving equipment.
The distance a vehicle travels while making a stop.
Occurs when wind from large vehicles affects the stability of vehicles nearby.
Area of the roadway which intersects with a train.
Used by large vehicles that are out of control or cannot stop because of brake failure.
You are coming to an intersection. You see a tractor-trailer coming to the intersection from the left and starting to turn right. What should you expect from the tractor-trailer?
The driver of a large truck or tractor-trailer rig will have the most difficulty seeing:
When following a large truck or tractor-trailer:
If you approach an oversized vehicle marked with a “Wide Load” sign, you should:
When you are driving and following a motorcycle , you should: