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Question: If you are over-driving your headlights and you see an object ahead, you will_____.

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  1.  be able to stop, but may graze the object
  2.  need to execute a high-speed U-turn
  3.  not be able to stop in time to miss the object
  4.  be given the right-of-way from other vehicles

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3. Not be able to stop in time to miss the object

If you are over-driving your headlights and you see an object ahead, you will not be able to stop in time to miss the object.


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If you are over-driving your headlights and you see an object ahead, you will not be able to stop in time to miss the object.

The term "over-driving your headlights" means that a person is driving so fast that the stopping distance of the vehicle exceeds the maximum distance that can be seen with headlights.

When this happens, it is impossible to drive the vehicle on time, thus avoiding the object that the driver sees within its headlights.

This can be avoided by practicing dangerous driving and driving at low speeds.

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