Who is at fault for running a stop sign?

Answer On One Hand: Driver at FaultWhen encountering a stop sign, on a bike or in car, it is the driver's responsibility to come to a full and complete stop and look both ways to make sure it is safe to ... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Who is at fault for running a stop sign

Didn't DOUBLE check both ways at stop sign. Got into accident. Is that running a stop sign?

Yes, even if you did stop, then proceeded and got involved in an accident. Stop means to stop and yield to other traffic until it is safe to enter the intersection. You could be charged with fail... Read More »

Is running a stop sign a misdemeanor?

Running a stop sign is a minor criminal offense known as an infraction. It is not considered a misdemeanor, which is a slightly more serious offense. The punishment for running a stop sign is a fin... Read More »

Can I be ticketed for running a school bus stop sign?

You can be ticketed for running a school bus stop sign. In fact, if a school bus is stopped to drop off or pick up children and the stop sign is not displayed, you still may not pass the school bus... Read More »

I got pulled over for running a stop sign in an empty parking lot at 12 at night isnt that gay?

I'm not sure why you call it "gay", but a stop sign means stop no matter where and when you come up to it! The officer could have used his/her discretion when issuing a ticket, but maybe there are... Read More »