The main feature of pedestrians participating in road traffic is _________.
A. They move slowly (see questions below)
B. The like to get together and look on (at accident scenes for sure)
C. They are not stable (see questions below)
D. They walk around at will and can easily change directions (see questions below)
I say……. E. All of the above and I base that on the questions below.
When encountering an old man on the road, the driver should _____.
When encountering a blind man on the road, the driver should _________.
When a vehicle encounters an old man riding bike on the road, the driver should ______.
I was sure the next question in this sequence was going to be: When encountering a blind, old man riding a bike on the road, the driver should .
When encountering old people walking on the road and obstructing the traffic, the driver may continuously honk to urge them to yield.
When encountering slow-moving old people crossing the road, the driver may continuously honk to urge them. I guess the difference between these two questions is pace: in this one the people are old and slow-moving whereas the one above they are simply old.
When encountering pedestrians who lack traffic experience, the driver should watch out, control the speed and be ready to stop or yield anytime.
When driving in a rainy day, the driver should _____ when a pedestrian holding umbrella or in raincoat is walking on the highway. What if they’re not holding an umbrella but wearing a raincoat or vice versa? Pedestrians’ clothing plays an important role when encountering them on the highways, as we all know from the cotton-padded caps or overcoats question. 🙂
When encountering drunk pedestrians on the road, the driver should _______.
When encountering pedestrians on the road who are highly concentrated in speaking over cell phones, the driver should _____.
When a pedestrian suffering behavioral disorder obstructs the normal flow of the vehicles on the road, the driver should ______.
5:30 PM – a very pleasant, non-humid 84° ( I think autumn is here ;-))