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How can you avoid the effects that wet brakes can cause when you drive through water?

A Both of the above answers are correct.
If you must drive through water, slow down, shift into a low gear, and keep applying the brakes gently to prevent water, mud, or other contaminants from getting into the brakes.
B Gently apply the brakes, increase engine rpm, and cross the water while keeping light pressure on the brakes.
C Slow down and place the transmission in low gear.