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Question: If you get caught driving in a hail storm, the best place to pull to safety is (1 point)
A. in a ditch.
B. on a bridge.
C. under an overpass.
D. in a field.

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under an overpass.

If hail has damaged your windshield, rear windshield or any of the glass on your vehicle.
Stay inside the vehicle: hail falls at fast speeds, and it can cause injury to those in its path.
Stop driving: pull to a safe place, so hail does not break the windshield or any windows — driving compounds hail's impact with your car.
Stop under an overpass, and do not forget to pull out of traffic lanes and onto a shoulder. Avoid ditches due to possible high-rising water.
Keep your car angled: the hail is hitting the front of your car. Windshields are reinforced to withstand forward driving and pelting objects.
Side windows and back glass are not, so they are much more susceptible to breakage.
Lie down if possible: keep your back to the windows and if you have a blanket, cover yourself with it to prevent possible debris from hitting you.

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