When approaching a railroad crossing, you need to treat it the same way you treat other intersections?

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When approaching a railroad crossing, you need to treat it the same way you treat other intersections?

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2022-04-22T05:34:40+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Daisy
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    2022-04-22T05:35:59+00:00

    Yes you would it’s a train so the bars should come down but beware

  2. Madeline
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    2022-04-22T05:36:12+00:00

    The statement above is TRUE. When approaching a rail road crossing, you need to treat it the same way you treat other intersections.

    Trains are part of the traffic we encounter on the road on a daily basis and their rail roads intersect with roads and highways. Because collision with trains are usually fatal, one have to use caution when approaching rail road crossing. Make your sure you scan left and right and then left again. If no train is approaching then cross the rail road. Never stop on a rail road track; if your car stuck, get out of it.

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