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If you are over driving your headlights and you see an object ahead you will?
1.need to execute a high speed u turn
2.be able to stop but may graze the object
3.drive onto the shoulder
4.not be able to stop in time to miss the object
In real life the answers are 4 and 3. You will not be able to stop in time so you go onto the shoulder. Your chances of avoiding hitting an object at high speed are higher if you try to drive around it then if you try to simply stop. Thats the case in real life.
But if its on the test its 4. Overdriving your headlights means not being able to stop inside the illuminated area ahead.