Is it legal to cross a street diagonally?
I have seen some intersections where diagonal crosswalks have been painted in intersections. But they are fairly rare.
you can only use them to cross the street. They are not street legal: not on highways or any public roads.
It means to cross a street at a point not considered to be legal.
The high school band marched diagonally across the gym floor. The crack ran diagonally across the basement floor. It's a busy street that runs diagonally through town. For the party, she ran a string of balloons diagonally across the ceiling.
The red cross that goes up and down and across is the cross of St George (patron saint of England). The red cross that goes diagonally is the cross of St Patrick (patron saint of Ireland). The white cross that also goes diagonally, on a blue background, is the cross of St Andrew (patron saint of Scotland)
You have to be able to cross the street in front of the school by yourself.
cross X-pattern diagonally across the car
cause maybe a car will come
Cross grain leather is a cheaper leather. The grain runs diagonally. It also has an irregular grain. This makes it hard to work with.
No they are not street legal.
they are not street legal
Cross Street Chapel was created in 1997.
No not unless you mod it to make it street legal.
Yes, it is the fastest street legal car in the world.
nothing is like street legal
Pocket bikes (in most senses) are not street legal in North Carolina. The engine has to have more CCs to be determined as street legal.
A conventional kite where the cross piece is higher than center has one line of symmetry. A box kite has four lines of symmetry, one horizontal, one vertical, one diagonally right, and one diagonally left.
yes go karts are street legal
Are golf carts street legal in mass
yes there is a street legal lambo. I see many where I live.
Haha, what an odd question. Of course its street legal.
If it was street legal when it was made, then it still is.
Minibikes that meet the street legal requirements for a motorcycle are street legal. They are considered a motorcycle and must carry the same equipment.
Trams 70, 75 and City Circle cross Elizabeth Street via Flinders Street Trams 11, 48, 109, 112 cross Elizabeth Street via Collins Street Trams 86, 95, 96 cross via Bourke Street Trams 24, 30 and City Circle cross via La Trobe Street Trams 19, 57 and 59 operate along Elizabeth Street
Yes, but only by 1 square (save when castling). They can move horizontally, diagonally, and vertically. They may not move into check, however, nor can they cross a square under attack in castling. Additionally, castling cannot be done when a king is in check.
50 cc is Legal on the street in KY.
In no way shape or form can an atv be street legal in mo.
As far as I know you can't anymore. Yes it sucks but if it doesn't come from factory street legal it will never be street legal in Ontario.
traverser = to cross (as in to cross the street)
Who's at fault in a three car accident when the first car stops to let pedistrians cross in the middle of the street and not at the cross walk They were jay walking?
Not the first car that stopped. It is legal to stop a car on the street. Sounds like you and the guy behind you. Sorry. pedistrians always have the right of way pedistrians always have the right-of-way. If you were rear-ended contact a lawyer
yes but only just if it was not street legal they wouldn't be aloud to sell them
yes theBugattiis street legal in northCarolina and all of theUSA.
Quads are not street legal, and nothing you can do will make it street legal. It is illegal to drive a quad on any highway, period.
The short answer is NO. However you are permited to cross roads at a 90 degree angle after yeilding the right of way. Converting an ATV with the same equipment as a street legal motorcycle is not an option either. The "PA motorcycle sheet" (found here http://www.dot3.state.pa.us/pdotforms/fact_sheets/fs-momo.pdf) clearly states that "ATVs can not be reconstructed for highway use".
Cross court is quite literally hitting a ball diagonally across the court. When you hit a ball "cross court", you hit it to the opposite corner with reference to where you are standing. In contrast, hitting a ball "down the line" means hitting the ball straight in front of you.
you are a pedestrian!
Not on the street.
No, it is not. But i think there is 1 street legal version of it converted by EDO-competition or something.
No, they are not street legal in Connecticut unless faster then 85mph and has doors and seatbelts
are razor pocket rockets street legal on a private road?
Street-Legal - album - was created in 1978-04.
They took him across the street to William petersens house at 453 tenth street he was placed on a small bed that was too small for him so they put him on diagonally with his feet hanging off the side
A cross court is a shot that is played diagonally into opponents court. It is a very effective shot which if hit properly can take the ball away from the opponent.
The laws vary in different states and counties. Most of the time if the golf course crosses a street you are allowed to cross that street. In some cities, you can license golf carts for street use.
From 2003 it is imposible to make a dirt bike street-legal in California. If you live in California and would like to have a street-legal dirt bike your options are: # Buy a used street legal dirt bike pre-2003 model. # Buy a street legal dirt bike from someone who lives outside California. The bike should have more than 8K miles before you buy it. # Buy a street legal dirt bike from someone who… Read More
to exicute this correctly; first, you have to be on a one way street. Then the street that you are turning onto must also be a one way street. There for all traffic wanting to make a left hand turn on red, can do so because they are not required to cross oncoming traffic.
No it is not legal to drink on the street. It was but that law was changed 15-20 years ago.
your so stupid, they go like 15 mph. of coarse its not street legal.
I don't think Go-Carts are street legal in any State.
There are a variety of street legal laws in Wisconsin. It depends on exactly what type of vehicle you are talking about.