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Which alternative describes the greatest dangers in the situation depicted in the photo?
Since there is no sign warning you of the height, you can assume that the bridge is more than 4.5 metres high. The height should therefore not be an issue.
The slopes do not seem very steep or unusual, and the same is true for the width of the road.
However, it is difficult to judge the road conditions underneath the bridge. There may be water on the road, perhaps a puddle underneath the bridge that could cause aquaplaning? After the bridge, the visibility is very limited. There could be a maniac coming the other way at high speed performing a dangerous overtake.
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