Quiz: Passing on the shoulder

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You may use the left-hand shoulder for passing…?
Under no circumstances
If there is no alternative
When other vehicles are completely stopped
Only during daylight hours

Correct!

Wrong!

The right-hand shoulder may be used to pass the vehicle that is turning left only if…?
The shoulder is paved
The left turning vehicle is completely stopped
It is during daylight hours
You have sounded your horn first

Correct!

Wrong!

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Passing Other Cars on the Shoulder

There are many safe and legal moves that you can do when driving on the road. These include: overtaking, changing lanes, and passing another vehicle. To execute them safely, you must have enough space and time to complete these maneuvers.

You are allowed to use the right shoulder only when passing a car that is turning left. And, you can only do this on a shoulder that is paved. Do not pass on the left shoulder regardless of whether it is paved or not.