It's fucking snowing in April and you may still be without power in your winter hell dungeon of a home. The last thing you need is a car accident because you treat a down stop light like a four-way stop. Wait, what?
2) Answer: The intersection reverts back to the basic right-of-way requirements, not a four-way stop. Use caution and courtesy! pic.twitter.com/tY9Tjr6Nih— MSP Metro Detroit (@mspmetrodet) March 7, 2017
We are up to 30 crashes around the district! Please watch your speed! And increase your following distance. pic.twitter.com/NzdT3QP4P9— MSP Metro Detroit (@mspmetrodet) April 17, 2018
No is not. We are working on a link. We are finding 140 characters isn't enough to explain the law. We will post this ASAP!— MSP Metro Detroit (@mspmetrodet) March 10, 2017
wtf even if those are the official rules, no one knows that. You suckas gonna get someone killed— Greg (@GregMonahan) March 9, 2017
I suppose everyone actually has been driving on the wrong side of the road too. Dang.— Smorfnimda (@smorfnimda) July 9, 2017
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