1. Why should the driver stay in the left lane once he enters the bridge?
He will have to make a right turn when he exits the bridge
He cannot make a lane change once he enters the bridge
The right lane is closed for repairs
The left lane is for faster drivers
2. What is one thing that was not listed as something the driver will see on his way to his friend's place?
Red brick house
3. How long will it take the driver to get to his friend's house if there is traffic?
Less than 15 minutes
Exactly 15 minutes
More than 15 minutes
Over an hour
1. He cannot make a lane change once he enters the bridge
3. More than 15 minutesView Text
Let me give you directions to my house. I think it's very easy to find, but people always seem to get lost. From your house, get on the main road. Travel that road for 2.5 miles. When you reach the bridge, get on the bridge and stay in the left lane. You cannot make a lane change once you enter the bridge. Exit the bridge and make a left turn at the first signal. When you see a red house made of brick, make a right turn. Travel this road for 3.5 miles. You will pass a golf course on the right side. At the fourth signal light, make a left turn. You will notice an old church on the corner. Pass the church and my house will be the second house on the right. It is a small, brown house with white trim. My blue car will be parked in the driveway. It should take you 15 minutes to get here. If there is traffic, it will probably take longer. Since it is Sunday, I don't think there will be much traffic.