49. Which of the following is not a common response to feeling stressed on the road?
B. Enhanced reflexes
Different people respond to stress in different ways, all of which can result in unsafe driving. Under stress, you may become: angry or agitated, causing you to speed, take unnecessary risks, weave between lanes, or antagonize others; withdrawn or depressed, causing you to space out, ignore the driving environment, and react lethargically to situations on the road; frozen with indecision, causing you to respond to hazards inadequately.