Florida Learner's Permit Practice Test

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What is the mutual responsibility between pedestrians and drivers?

Drivers must follow traffic signals and obey posted speed limits

Pedestrians must cross the street at marked crosswalks

Pedestrians must stop when drivers enter the road

Both pedestrians and drivers must yield the right of way

Both pedestrians and drivers hold mutual responsibility for safety on the roads. Option A is not the only responsibility of drivers - they must also watch for and yield to pedestrians. Option B is only one instance of when a pedestrian should cross the street, not a general rule. Option C is not correct because drivers are the ones who must yield to pedestrians, not the other way around. Option D is the most accurate because both pedestrians and drivers must be aware of their surroundings and yield the right of way to each other in order to maintain safety on the road.