When stopped at a railroad crossing, one way for a bus driver to hear if a train is approaching is by:
When approaching a railroad crossing, buses should stop between 15 and 50 feet from the nearest track and the driver should look both ways for a train. They should open the forward door if it improves their ability to see or hear an oncoming train.
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This questions appears in the following tests:
Alabama Practice test 13
Michigan Practice test 6
Mississippi Practice test 11
Rhode Island Practice test 13