Monday, August 18, 2008

"stop" completely


These are all over Fishers, Indiana. I have no idea what a complete "stop" entails. Thanks, Jen.

6 comments:

comoprozac said...

It sort of reminds me of this.

Stacy said...

ARGH!!! Beat me to the punch! Everytime I go over those tracks (which is nearly everyday) I say "I'm going to take a picture and send that into that blog"!

Well now I can rest. :)

Christopher Esget said...

I always "stop" when I come to one of these signs.

Dennis said...

A complete "stop" IS a rolling stop. Wonder if that'll hold up in court.

Adam Cole said...

It's "clear" to me that the local PD wants drivers to roll through that intersection without stopping.

The sign says that such a "stop" costs nothing, and it further explains that rolling stops a $155 fine.

Me, if I can nix an expensive traffic ticket by rolling, I'll do it every time.

Mac said...

And yet "Rolling" Stop would have made sense.