Stopping at a stop sign

08 Jul 2017, Posted by David Johnson in News

Failing to stop at a stop sign is an expensive mistake. The fine is roughly $360 and 3 demerit points.

If your doing a driving test it is an instant fail of the test.

The idea is to come to a complete stop before the solid white line. This means the wheels stop motion…

The old ruling was to come to a complete stop wait 3 seconds then proceed. If you think about it, by time you stop and look to the left and/or  right, theirs  your 3 seconds.

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