Quiz: Passing on the right

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Passing on the right may be done if…?
Any of these
You are on a multilane road
You are passing a street car or a vehicle turning left
You are on a one-way road

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If you are in the far left lane and your approach a slow moving vehicle, your best option is to…?
Wait until they move over
Pass them on the right
Sound your horn repeatedly
Get as close up to them as possible

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Passing with the Use of the Right Lane

Passing is done mainly on the left lane, while passing on the right lane is allowed only on multi-lane highways and one-way roads. You may also pass using the right lane when overtaking a streetcar or a vehicle that is turning left. Note that passing on the right lane is more dangerous than passing on the left lane.



In situations like driving on the left-most lane with a slow vehicle ahead of you, do not suddenly change lanes to pass him on the right. The danger is the driver in front of you might think you want to pass and may inadvertently move to the right at the exact moment that you do. This may lead to a collision. Wait for him to make his move to the right before you do.