Drivers have a responsibility to stop for pedestrians in crosswalks, regardless of what they’re wearing. From a legal perspective, a pedestrian in a crosswalk has the high ground, but there’s more to traffic safety than being legally right.
Drivers have a responsibility to stop for pedestrians in crosswalks, regardless of what they’re wearing. From a legal perspective, a pedestrian in a crosswalk has the high ground, but there’s more to traffic safety than being legally right. Doug Dahl Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Drivers have a responsibility to stop for pedestrians in crosswalks, regardless of what they’re wearing. From a legal perspective, a pedestrian in a crosswalk has the high ground, but there’s more to traffic safety than being legally right. Doug Dahl Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

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