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Question:

You are approaching a school bus that has stopped to take on or discharge young passengers. You do NOT have to stop for the school bus if

A you are traveling on a divided highway in the opposite direction of the bus.
Explaination

If you are traveling on a divided highway (a highway in which a median or barrier separates opposing lanes), you don't have to stop for a stopped school bus on the opposite side. You also don't have to stop if you're traveling in the opposite direction of the bus on a highway with four or more lanes, or if the bus is stopped in a school loading zone where children are not allowed to cross the roadway.