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You are driving in the right lane of a four-lane, undivided road. Traffic is heavy. You come around a curve and then you notice a hazard ahead in your lane. You don't have enough room to stop. What should you do?

A Steer to the right.
If you are approaching a hazard and are unable to stop in time, the safest maneuver is usually to bypass it on the right, even if it means moving onto the shoulder. If you steer to the left in heavy traffic, you could collide with another vehicle or force it into oncoming traffic.
B Steer into the left lane.
C Brake hard and brace for collision.