ASVAB Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (#22)

Section: Paragraph comprehension

A major part of safe driving is driving at the right speed. But what is the "right" speed? Is it 20 miles per hour, or 45, or 60? That question may be hard to answer. On some city streets and in heavy traffic, 20 miles per hour could be too fast, even if it's within the posted speed limit. On an interstate highway, 45 miles per hour could be too slow. Of course, a good driver must follow the speed limit, but he must also use good judgment. The "right speed will vary depending on the number of cars, the road surface and its condition, and the driver's visibility. The general theme of this passage is that a good driver

drives at 45 miles an hour.
adjusts to different driving conditions.
always drives at the same speed.
always follows the speed limit.