Which of the following, if true, would most strengthen the argument? A. most of the situations in which cars skid out of control do not result in collisions. B. A hazily skilled driver can keep a car without an antilock braking system from skidding out of control during even the most sudden stop. C. People who buy cars with such safety features as antilock braking systems tend to be careful drivers who avoid risky driving situations. D. In the course of a year, the average driver will be in no more than ten risky driving situations in which a sudden stop is required to avoid a collision. E. Drivers of taxis without antilock braking systems tend to avoid risky driving situations more than do drivers of taxis with antilocking systems, yet their collision rate is the same.