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    выезд за стоп-линию

    Что значит выезд за стоп-линию?
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    Вот она - впереди:



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    Интересно, спасибо.
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    do you have this in States?

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    yes, but I can't think of what it would be called. It would be extremely unusual to get a ticket for that, unless you were actually in the intersection. The second picture is pretty blatant but that kind of street configuration is not common, to say the least.
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    >picture is pretty blatant
    No, the second picture shows two cars properly stopped in position, one with a stop line and one without. I think our state laws say you have to stop behind the sign or light if there is no actual line on the pavement. I have never heard of anyone getting ticketed for stopping over the line.

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    Indeed, the only case in which people really care about the stop-line is when passing the driving exam (in this case you get penalty for this). As for the picture, I think the illustrator tried to show two possible cases of stopping on the intersection in one picture, thus it looks a little bit unnatural.

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