What would you like to do?
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
There's not a standard amount of time. You just have to stop your wheels from any forward motion.
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…int 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.
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…ight-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.
signs? or sides. If your question is how many sides does a stop sign have than the answer is 8. its a octagon
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.
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
To aproach a stop sign what should you do
It is a regulatory sign
because is the law... to keep people safe.
It has two signs !
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…ory signs include: Yield, Do not enter, one-way, no right turn, speed limit, no parking/standing/stopping, no bicycles or pedestrians, etc.
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.
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…s. Cyclists are required to obey all the rules of the road, just like any other vehicle.
You cant because your momentum isnt the same with my abs that make the chuck die And yjou should stop
Depands which kind of sign board they are going to make but mostly they use raw matterial from factries who provides them wood, paint