When I’m approaching a stop sign at a four-way intersection, and someone is already stopped at one of the signs to my right or left, I’m expecting them to go after they’ve stopped.
But instead, too often those people wait until you stop at your stop sign before they go.
Yesterday, I was driving up to a four-way stop sign intersection. As I was approaching, there was a car on my right already stopped at their stop sign. I was hoping they’d move on so that when I stopped at my stop sign, I could just go right away.
Instead, they remained stopped until I had come to a complete stop. And then they went.
Now, instead of being able to stop and go, I had to stop, wait for them, and then go.
If they can’t trust me to stop when I’m supposed to, why do they think they can trust me to stop and then NOT go and hit them when they’re in the intersection?