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Question:

When there's a hazard ahead, it's almost always quicker for you to _________ than to come to a full stop.

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Explaination

Large vehicles have long stopping distances. If you're faced with a hazard ahead and you don't have enough room to stop, try to steer away from the hazard. It's usually quicker to turn away than to come to a full stop. (However, top-heavy vehicles and tractors with multiple trailers may flip over.)