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 Dave Killoran
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Complete Question Explanation
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The correct answer choice is (D)

The form of each answer choice is identical: a worker is identified as being the only other person in a car aside from the driver. Not surprisingly, as the first two rules address the drivers of the car, they play a role in answering this question. Answer choice (D) is the correct answer:

If K is not a driver, then F and J form a block, and G and L are also a block from the third rule. H must then ride with either the FJ block (F as the driver) or the GL block (G as the driver). H cannot ride with both blocks, and thus the FJ and GL blocks are in separate cars. Consequently, K must ride with at least two other people, and answer choice (D) cannot be true and is correct.

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