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PASSING A CAR
If you are passing another car on a two-lane road and are confronted with a car coming toward you, there are two things you can do: accelerate or brake. You should brake; in all cars, the brakes are a lot more powerful than the engine. The only time you shouldn't brake is if another car is right behind you also passing. In that case, your luck has run out anyway.
J. Baldwin, designer and writer
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