Insight from WFPD: Extend courtesy to pedestrians
Published 03/28/2012, West Fargo Pioneer
A recent question posed by an outdoor enthusiast generated this week’s topic on when a driver is required to yield to a pedestrian attempting to cross a roadway. A simple answer would be that drivers should extend the courtesy of stopping for all people attempting to cross the roadway. There are; however, specific instances where drivers must stop for a pedestrian.Word count: 687
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