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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 car arrives at the sign, the first one to stop has the right of way. If it is a four way stop, and you stop at the same time as another car, the car on the right goes first. Or just gas it. just kidding

How long do you have to stop at a stop sign?

There's not a standard amount of time. You just have to stop your wheels from any forward motion.

How much is the fine for not stopping at a stop sign?

The cost of a fine for not stopping at a stop sign, will varydepending on where you get ticketed for it. It can run anywherefrom $30 to more than $100.

How far from a stop sign can you park?

There is no universal answer to this question. The distance mayvary from state to state and even municipality to municipality.Check your local laws.

Why are stop signs are octagon-shaped?

Stop signs are a unique sign on the US roadways. The stop sign isthe only sign on the road that is in the shape of an octagon. Icould be wrong but I think the stop sign is shaped as a octagon tohelp aid in identification from a distance.

Why stop sign lights?

If you mean 'Why does the stop light on my Peugeot 406 light when the hand brake is not on?' then here are some possible reasons 1 check the fluid level in the reservoir under bonnet 2 check that hand brake is functioning properly 3 check rear wheel cylinders for leakage 4 check brake shoes for wear 5 check the brake adjusters Most likely reason is that the shoes are worn and/or the adjusters are not functioning which can lead to leakage from the rear wheel cylinders. Brakes may still work but if there is excessive play on the hand brake this is a good indicator that the adjusters need tensioning Rosignol

Why do stop signs have 8 sides?

Because if the sign is covered by snow or dirt its outline can still be recognized as a stop sign.

What is the Shape of a stop sign?

An octagon would be the shape of a stop sign. Stop has 8 sides and so does the octagon.

What materials stop sound?

Materials that stop sound are generally referred to soundproofingmaterials. Examples of these materials are resilient channels, rockwool insulators and acoustical mats.

What is the approximate time to stop at a stop sign?

complete stop that's it. Wellll, not quite. One must come to a complete stop, but 'complete' is more precisely defined as holding that stop for 2-3 seconds. That was per the officer that gave me a ticket for a rolling stop, also known as a 'California Stop' or simply 'Stoptional'.

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 point further ahead, where you can safely determine if it is safe to proceed. You obviously have to stop behind anyone ELSE who has stopped for the stop sign, then stop again when you reach the stop-line yourself.

How for from a stop sign must you stop in Alberta?

Assuming you were asking "how FAR from a stop sign must you stop in Alberta then the answer is: your bumper must be behind the stop sign line and pretty close to it. If you were to stop too far away from the line, you may not be able to see the pedestrians or other cars that could hit you.

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 right-of-way and should proceed first, taking turns in order of arrival. (Tie goes to the driver on the right.) . If not: check all directions and wait until there is a big enough opening to enter the intersection safely, beginning by looking left, then right, then left again. 3. Go .

What materials stop gamma rays?

i think it takes about 3 inches of solid led to stop a gamma rays.

How many signs does a stop sign has?

signs? or sides. If your question is how many sides does a stop sign have than the answer is 8. its a octagon

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 and tell a driver about a law. Examples include speed limits, yield signs, one way streets, do not enter signs, no turning, no parking, and (yes) stop signs. A warning sign, on the other hand, is typically diamond-shaped and the color yellow, orange or pink. They warn you of possible changes in the use or condition of the roadway ahead. A stop sign is not warning you to stop. It is TELLING you to stop because that is the law.

How do you say 'stop at the stop sign' in spanish?

you say alto. i hope you like Justin bieber because if u do you rock.

If there is a stop sign in front of your house do you have to stop at the stop sign?

yes. your address will never excuse you from traffic laws. If you park at the corner you must enter roadway then stop at or before stop sign no matter where you live

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. It is indeed a moving violation, but it is usually only an infraction as opposed to a misdemeanor or a felony. It would be breaking the rules..it would be very smart to stop at a stop sign. unless you have the money to just throw away over a stupid ticket..If regular vehicles have to stop...then so do motercycles

What are the material signs of a sacrament?

The material signs of a sacrament are those elements of the sacrament that effect our senses and direct our minds to the spiritual reality that the elements are signifying. Each sacrament has its own material signs. Baptism: water, oil, candle, white garment Confirmation: oil, laying on of hands Eucharist: bread, wine Reconciliation: the confession of the penitent and the words of absolution from the confessor Holy Orders: oil, laying on of hands Matrimony: the bride, the groom, the vows that they make Anointing of the Sick: oil, laying on of hands, water (sprinkling, if circumstances permit)

Which should you stop at a stop sign or stop line?

I would say a stop line because if theres a stop sign most likely there is a stop line.... and in some places like my nabior hood people steal stop signs so watch for the line....

Is it illegal to do a rolling stop at a stop sign?

In most countries a stop sign requires you to make the vehicle come to a COMPLETE stop on or before the lines on the road marking the edge of the junction. YES it is illegal to do what is often called a "Hollywood roll" (cruising through a stop sign) At the sign, you must come to a complete stop--while there, you might want to take the time to look both ways and ahead for oncoming traffic and/or pedestrians, then proceed through. If you Hollywood roll--you can get a ticket.

What material will stop a gamma particle?

Lead can stop gamma particles really fast because it is so dense.Gamma particles can also be reduced by water.

Do you have to stop at stop signs in shopping malls?

Yes. You must stop at stop signs in shopping malls. Sometimes the fine may not be the same as for running a stop sign on public property. In one state it is a violation for refusal to obey a legal traffic sign. A stop sign is a legal traffic sign under state law. Also, if you fail to stop for a "private" stop sign, you can be held responsible for any resulting damage or injuries occurring from your actions.

What materials stop ice from melting?

Ice (water in the solid state) will melt when its surface temperature reaches 0 degrees Celcius/32 degrees Fahrenheidt. If the ice is not pure, the melting point can be lower. To keep ice from melting, you need to insulate it against warmer temperatures - sawdust, styrofoam and ceramic materials are all pretty good insulators, although not for long-term storage.

A stop sign is consider a stop position?

I recall this from Drivers Ed. Technically a stop sign is not a stop position. You should use the crosswalk, sidewalk or edge of the road as your stop position - not the sign itself.

Why do school buses have a stop sign?

They don't want something bad to happen. They are telling all of the people and other vehicles to stop. If they don't stop, someone can get run over or in an accident. I think you can get a ticket for not stopping also! And by the way............ Why do have Barack Obama as one of the subjects?

Who stopped religious signs from government?

In the U.S., Thomas Jefferson and other framers of the Constitution pronounced within the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment of the Constitution that there should be no official state religion and instead dictated a separation between Church and State. These ideals originated earlier from English philosopher John Locke and have been consequently adopted in other democratic nations.

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 regulatory signs include: Yield, Do not enter, one-way, no right turn, speed limit, no parking/standing/stopping, no bicycles or pedestrians, etc.

What material will stop an alpha particle?

A few centimetres of air will stop alpha particles. Similarly, paper, skin and any other thin materials will also stop them.

A material that stops the flow of electricity is?

The Materials are of three kinds: - Conductors - Semiconductors and - Insulators The Insulators have the property to stop the flow of electricity, because they have less number of free electronics, which can conduct Electricity.

When a stop sign if there is no white line where do you stop?

Well you would simply stop before the sign, meaning that there is an imaginary stop-line that extends from any stop sign, and you must stop before you cross that line.

When at a stop sign and there is no white line where do you stop?

If there is no white line, you must stop before the stop sign, not past it. In some cases, it is okay to edge slowly forward so you are able to look left and right to make sure there is no traffic. If at a 3, 4 or all-way stop sign, stop before the stop sign and if there is no other cars at the other stop signs, you may continue on. Whoever stops first at a 3, 4 or all-way stop has the right away to go first, but many people don't follow that now.

How many seconds to stop at a stop sign?

2 seconds to 5 seconds , long enough to check that all directions are safe.

Where to stop for a stop sign in Michigan?

Well, if you want to put a stop sign in Michigan, I suggest you put it near the road on the left. And then don't let anyone graffiti all over it and yeah.

Who has the right of way at a stop sign?

If your country drives on the left and side of the road. The car coming from your left. If your country drives on the right side of the road- the car coming from the right. Added; ACTUALLY - unless it is a four-way stop intersection, the main roadway (the one not controlled by a stop sign) has the right of way.

Why do we humans have stop signs?

if we had no stop signs then we would probably have car accidentsall the time! stop signs are really important.

Does a stop sign have equal sides?

A stop sign has eight sides, but I heard one stop sign has six sides. But since a stop sign is an octagon, it probably has equal sides.

Why was the stop sign made?

so u can stop at it an the intersections will be safer rather than everyone going at once

What is the angles of a stop sign?

The angles are obtuse angles. . The stop sign is octagonal in shape. Assuming it is a regular octagon, then: exterior_angles = 360 o ÷ 8 = 45 o . -> interior angle = 180 o - 45 o = 135 o .

Can infrared radiation be stopped by materials?

Yes, most objects that are opaque to visible light also stop IR. Water also stops IR.

What materials stop radio waves?

Good electricity conductors can stop the radio waves in their tracks. You should be able to receive a radio signal in a tank, made of steel, which is good conductor. Surely, tanks use radios for communication but the radio antenna sticks out for that reason, while for safety of the radio transmission should be much wiser to keep the antenna inside under cover. Moreover, water (again good conductor) prevents submarines from receiving traditional radio waves. The very long waves can go through though, the Navy uses 76Hz frequency for example. For many reasons long waves are impractical to use. That gives you in meters: 3947368.421052632m, nearly 4000 km!

Should you stop at a yield sign?

no, yield means slow down & make sure you're not going to hit anyone coming by when you get on the road.

Can you stop before a stop sign?

You cant because your momentum isnt the same with my abs that make the chuck die And yjou should stop

Why stop sign is perpendicular?

The reason a stop sign is perpendicular is so that it can be seen. If the sign was leaning forward or backward, it would be difficult for oncoming traffic to see it.

How is a stop sign manufactured?

An aluminum sheet is first cut into the shape of an octagon. Reflective sheeting is cut into the background sheeting and letters. They are then assembled and placed in a heat lamp to seal the sheeting to the aluminum.

Is a stop sign a regular polygon or not?

Yes, all of the angles are equal, and all of the sides are of equal length.

What materials are outdoor signs made from?

An outdoor sign can be made from a few different types of materials. Some of the more traditional ones are made from different forms of wood. Plastic and metal have now been replacing wood, as they can last a lot longer, and most times be more financially easy.

Where do sign makers get the materials for the signs from?

Depands which kind of sign board they are going to make but mostly they use raw matterial from factries who provides them wood, paint

What materials do you need to build a sign?

The materials needed to build a sign varies depending on what type of sign it is. If it is, for example, a lawn sign, metal/wood (for the end going into the ground), plastic/paper/wood (for part where text is), and glue/staples/tape (for connecting the previous two parts) will be needed. For a hanging sign, wood/plastic/paper (for text), nail (to hang on), and chain/rope/yarn (to connect to sign and hang on nail).