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When may a driver stop on railroad tracks?
A.  If they are crossing and their car is not yet able to entirely clear the tracks.
B.  If it doesn't sound like there are any trains nearby.
C.  Never.
D.  If the gate is not lowered.
Never stop on railroad tracks. If your car stalls on the tracks and you cannot restart it, get out and try to push the car off the tracks. If you cannot push the car off the tracks, get help. Do not begin to cross railroad tracks unless your car can entirely clear the tracks.
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