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Stop Signs

Runs stop sign
Rule 14,2
A
0%
B
100%

Simple and common. This rule usually requires evidence. Such as an on-site police report, independent witness, dash-cam video, or an honest at-fault driver.

Both run stop sign
Rule 14,3
A
50%
B
50%

Not very common. But if both drivers run a stop sign, this is the rule.

Details unconfirmed
Rule 14,4
A
50%
B
50%

A common accident rule. It is common because it is hard to tell who ran the stop sign. If there is no evidence, and drivers blame each other, this is the rule.

One car stops first
Rule 14,5
A
0%
B
100%

An uncommon accident rule. If both vehicles stop at the same time, whoever stops first has the right of way.

It is hard to tell who stopped first without evidence.

Car on right
Rule 14,6
A
0%
B
100%

A very rare accident rule. It requires both vehicles to stop together. If that happens whoever is on the right has the right of way.

It is requires evidence the vehicle is actually stopped at the same time.

Details unconfirmed
Rule 14,7
A
50%
B
50%

A common fault rule. It is like 14.4, and is sometimes mistaken for it. If both vehicles confirm they stopped, but there is no evidence who stopped first. This is the fault rule.