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Test Your Safety Smarts

1. More people are killed or badly hurt when drivers are:
a) speeding
b) not stopping for a walker or vehicle
c) drinking and driving
d) not paying attention

2. To be safer walking along Rainier Ave you should:
a) use reflectors or lights at night
b) make sure all drivers see you before you cross
c) always cross at intersections or crosswalks
d) all of the above

3. Most crashes happen along Rainier Ave when the weather is:
a) raining
b) clear and dry
c) overcast
d) snowing

4. People are most likely to be killed or badly hurt when a car:
a) hits the back of another car
b) hits a non-moving object
c) hits a walker or bike rider
d) hits a parked car

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