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What is the procedure for stopping at a stop sign?

  Stop your vehicle behind the first line you come to, that is the limit line. When you have stopped completely it is legal to go, providing it is safe. If more than one

Where to stop for a stop sign in Ontario?

At the white line or the nearest line of the crosswalk. If there is no line, then at an imaginary stop-line extending out from the stop sign. You may ALSO need to stop at a po

What do you do at a stop sign?

At a stop sign (in the U.S.): 1. Stop. 2. Look for other stop signs to see if other directions also must stop. If so: the first car arriving at the intersection has the r

Is a stop sign a warning sign?

The correct answer is NO. A stop sign is considered a Regulatory Sign. Regulatory signs are typically the colors black, white, and/or red. Regulatory signs regulate traffic

What is failure to stop at a stop sign?

It is a crime. You will be ticketed if caught. I don't think it is a "crime" more a moving violation, still worth a ticket though. It is breaking the law. Thus it is a crime

A STOP sign is a regulatory sign?

yes, a STOP sign is one example of a regulatory sign stating a law; in this case, the law is that you must stop at the stop sign before proceeding. Other examples of regulat

Do bicyclists stop at stop signs?

If you mean "do they," I would say rarely. I see bicyclists blow through stop signs all the time. If you mean, "Are cyclists required to obey traffic signs," the answer is ye