Who goes first at a four way stop?
By Jenni Hogan
The rules of the road at a four way stop can be quite complicated. The basic definition is that the first person to arrive gets the right of way. What if you arrive at the stop at the same time as another car?
WSP confirms that is when you give way to the person to your right.
Thanks for your comments. It does get interesting if all four people arrive at the same time or if one person encounters a pedestrian walking in front of them. Remember to give way to the pedestrians and always take a second or two before you creep out to cross the intersection, just to make sure no one else is confused that it is your turn.
p.s. I am pretty sure Zack was joking.
These images were all taken over the weekend of April 14 & 15. The images of Jupiter, Saturn and Mars are in the correct size ratio. The 2nd photo is a size comparison showing the correct size ratio with the moon.
This is what two sisters get up to late at night, even when they are at opposite ends of the Pacific Coast.
Took this image of the Full Moon Monday evening around 8:30pm. The skies toward the south east look pretty clear for the lunar eclipse but by 10pm it was pretty hopeless.
Taken with a 6 inch refractor and Nikon DSLR at 1/50 sec.
and ISO 100.