Covering the brake means ______.

Question: Covering the brake means ______.
A. Pressing the brake gently just to illuminate the brake lights
B. Putting your foot over the brake without actually touching it
C. Holding your foot above the brake pedal in case you need to brake
D. Both B and C


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Both B and C


Question: When should you cover the brake pedal to improve reaction time?
A. when passing parked cars, as they may pull out in front of your or open the door
B. you see brake lights ahead, meaning that traffic is coming to a stop
C. you are approaching signal lights/see traffic build up at an intersection/flashing crosswalk lights
D. All of the answers are correct

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All of the answers are correct


Question: When should you cover the brake?
A. When you are driving next to parked vehicles
B. When you see the brake lights of other vehicles
C. And when you approach signal lights
D. All of the answers are correct

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All of the answers are correct


Question: Covering the brake means to ____.
A. put your foot on the pedal
B. repairing brake pads
C. put your foot directly above the brake without touching it.
D. place one foot on the gas, and the other on the brake
E. place the rubber boot on the brake pedal

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put your foot directly above the brake without touching it.

Explanation: Cover your brakes. When you approach a situation that makes you uneasy, place your foot over the brake pedal without actually touching it. This reduces reaction time if your hunch proves correct and you need to quickly apply the brakes.


Question: In which of the following situations should cover your brake?
A.) When you are next to parked vehicles
B.) When you see the brake lights of other vehicles
C.) When you are approaching signal lights
D.) All of the above

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All of the above
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