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Question: Many head-on collisions occur on two-lane roads when passing because drivers______.

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  1.  are impatient and tailgate
  2.  speed up when they see they are being passed
  3.  misjudge the closure rate of oncoming traffic
  4.  are not paying attention to road conditions

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3. Misjudge the closure rate of oncoming traffic

Many head-on collisions occur on two-lane roads when passing because drivers misjudge the closure rate of oncoming traffic.


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Misjudgement of the closure rate of oncoming traffic while driving on two-lane roads often lead to head-on collision.

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