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Driving around town without traffic signals


1. If traffic signals are out of order, stop as you would for a four-way stop sign.

2. You must yield the right of way to all other traffic and pedestrians. Move forward only when the road is clear.

3. At a four-way stop, the first vehicle (1) to reach the intersection and stop should move forward first.

4. If two vehicles reach the intersection at the same time, the driver on the left(2) should yield to the driver on the right.

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