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What should you do when approaching a stop sign where there is no stop line, sidewalk or crosswalk?



A. Stop 3 metres back from the intersecting roadway.
B. Slow down and proceed with caution.
C. Stop just before you enter the intersection.
D. Stop only if pedestrians are waiting to cross.

This question is part of Alberta Class 7 Learners Licence Practice Exam
Asked by Fiteinstein, Last updated: Apr 02, 2020

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Chris Kenway

Chris Kenway, Content Writer, Jacksonville

Answered Sep 20, 2018

The answer to this is A. You should stop 3 meters away because you have to be sure that there are no cars that will suddenly appear. This should be done for your safety. If you would do B, you will not be able to do anything when a car that is rushing will go towards you.

C is also not advisable because stopping suddenly may have an effect on the other cars that are behind you. You should not stop only for pedestrians because there are other reasons why you should stop or at least a slowdown. By being more careful, you can help prevent accidents now and in the future.

 

Crissa

Crissa

Answered Feb 02, 2017

Stop 3 metres back from the intersecting roadway.
 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Nov 15, 2016

Stop 3 metres back from the intersecting roadway.
 

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