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Question:

You arrive at a railroad crossing without any stop line. A train is coming. Where must you stop?

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Explaination

When you stop at a railroad crossing, you must stop at the stop line. If there is no stop line, you must stop between 15 and 50 feet from the tracks. Trains are at least six feet wider than the tracks they run on, so you don't want to be too close. [4F-2 – When Approaching a Railroad Crossing, 4F – Railroad Crossings, Section 4 – Rules of the Road, Nebraska Driver's Manual]