HIGHWAY DRIVING. Chapter 6. Good driving requires you to be observant and aware of your surroundings. You must look down the road, to the sides, and behind your vehicle, and be alert for unexpected events.
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Vehicles moving in the same direction and lane, and at the same speed
cannot hit one another.
Never stop on the highway itself. Many highways have rest stops and service areas.
If your vehicle breaks down on a highway, make sure other drivers can see you and your vehicle. Accidents occur because a driver did not see a stalled vehicle until it was too late to stop.
YOU ARE SAFER INSIDE YOUR VEHICLE THAN OUTSIDE.