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When approaching students at a bus stop, you should stop

A At least 10 feet away from the students
Explaination
When approaching a bus stop, a school bus driver should come to a full stop at least 10 feet away from the waiting students. By forcing the students to walk to the bus, the driver is better able to keep an eye on their movements and location.
B As close as possible to the students
C Within an arm’s reach of the students
D About 80 feet away from the students