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accepted Must cyclist yield to car turning right across a bike lane into driveway?
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answered Must cyclist yield to car turning right across a bike lane into driveway?
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comment Which states or countries have stop-sign-as-yield laws for bicyclists (Idaho stop law)?
I pass through two four-way stops and several four-way signals on my daily California commute. I slow as I approach stop signs but only come to a complete stop if it is not my turn. If I reach the sign going 5mph before a car reaches their sign (my turn), I go. If I see a car will beat me to the stop, I stop fully and wait my turn. I treat red signals as cars: I fully stop and never proceed until it turns green, even when there is zero traffic. Or I turn right and take a different route. :)
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