Multiple Choice

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What should you do when approaching a pedestrian crosswalk with flashing lights?

Proceed with caution and yield to pedestrians.

When approaching a pedestrian crosswalk with flashing lights, it is important to proceed with caution and yield to pedestrians. This means slowing down and being prepared to stop if needed. Speeding up to clear the crosswalk quickly, as option B suggests, is dangerous and puts pedestrians at risk. Option C, stopping and waiting for the lights to stop flashing, is not necessary and may cause unnecessary traffic. Honking your horn, as mentioned in option D, is also not appropriate as it can startle or distract pedestrians and cause further confusion. The safest and most responsible action is to proceed with caution and yield to pedestrians in the crosswalk.

Speed up to clear the crosswalk quickly.

Stop and wait for the lights to stop flashing.

Honk your horn to alert pedestrians.