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Vehicles Not Coming to Full Stops at Stop Signs

February 24th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Multiple residents have reported wide-spread cases of vehicles not observing stop signs. Vehicles will frequently “roll-though” intersections with little or no braking.

The most common excuse for not coming to a full stop is that “no one was around.”  But please keep in mind that the most common cause of accidents is “I didn’t see them.”

Pedestrian and vehicle safety needs to be given the highest priority.  Please follow Indiana traffic regulations by coming to a complete stop at intersections and checking all directions before proceeding.

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  1. February 26th, 2010 at 09:10 | #1

    Thanks for the reminder . . . stopping for a second is a lot cheaper than being sorry (or filing a claim)

  2. Mike
    March 3rd, 2010 at 22:36 | #2

    AMEN!! Thank you for bringing this up. It’s appalling how blatant this problem has become and it’s not because no one is around either. Most often, drivers are running stop signs to avoid waiting for other cars to stop and that is nothing short of stupid and dangerous. Please obey the traffic signs so we don’t need to ask the police to patrol our neighborhood. If it’s because you’re talking on the phone, become a better driver – hang up!

  3. Daisy
    March 4th, 2010 at 10:10 | #3

    Sometimes they don’t even seem to slow down at all – Scary

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