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Which of the following statements about driving on ice or snow are true?

A All of the above are true.

On icy or snowy roads, proceed with extreme caution. Your vehicle's stopping distance will increase, so you should increase your space cushion to at least six seconds on snowy roads and eight seconds on icy roads. Shaded areas and bridges will tend to freeze before other sections of road. If the road appears wet, it may be covered in black ice, a thin layer of slippery ice through which you can see the road. Don't use cruise control on wet, icy, or snowy roads. If your vehicle loses traction on a slippery surface, the cruise control may spin the drive wheels as it tries to maintain a constant speed. This can worsen or even cause a skid. [Snow or Ice, Weather Conditions, Special Driving Conditions, Wyoming Rules of the Road]