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The important word in this question is greatest. There are many things that demand your attention, but what demands your greatest attention in the next few seconds?
Run-through of the alternative answers:
- A – the oncoming car.
– The oncoming car is a split-second away from having passed you. In the coming seconds, it will already be behind you and will not demand any of your attention.
- B – the exit road.
– A certain degree of attention is necessary, but there appears to be good visibility and there are no indications that anyone is about to pull out of this exit road.
- C – the brow of the hill.
– The brow (or the top) of a hill is a typically hazardous situation. It may, for example, conceal an oncoming vehicle that is overtaking and driving on your side of the road (risk of a head-on collision). Or there could be a pedestrian walking along the right-hand side of the road. You should exercise a great deal of caution when approaching the brow of the hill so that you will be able to react if a hazard appears.
- D – the road conditions.
– There is nothing to suggest that the road conditions are about to change. You must always pay attention to the road conditions, but this does not demand your greatest attention in the coming seconds.
- E – wild animals.
– Light conditions are good, there is good visibility, and there are no indications that there are any animals near the side of the road. You must always exercise caution and be attentive to the risk of wild animals, but this does not demand your greatest attention in the coming seconds. It is more important that you focus on the brow of the hill ahead instead of looking to the side.
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