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How can you tell if a bus is traveling around a banked curve at too high a speed?

A The bus is leaning toward the outside of the curve
Explaination
If a bus is leaning toward the outside of a banked curve, it is being driven around the curve at too high a speed. Drivers should reduce their speeds when approaching curves, especially when operating large vehicles, such as buses.
B The bus is leaning toward the inside of the curve
C The bus will feel unnatural
D An alarm will go off on the bus's dashboard