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Question: When passing a stopped school bus, you do not need to stop if __________.

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  1. the school bus has an extended stop sign, but you do not see any children in the immediate area.
  2. other cars around you are not stopping.
  3. the school bus is on the opposite side of a roadway that is divided by a physical barrier.
  4. the school bus has an extended stop sign but no flashing red lights.

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3. The school bus is on the opposite side of a roadway that is divided by a physical barrier.

When passing a stopped school bus, you do not need to stop if the school bus is on the opposite side of a roadway that is divided by a physical barrier.


Explanation:

If you are on the same street as a school bus parked in the opposite direction, the type of divider or center will determine whether you should stop.

If traffic signals are separated only by a yellow pavement mark or a route to the center, you will need to stop.

If there is a physical obstacle, such as grass, trees, or concrete that separates your car from the school bus, it is best to continue driving.

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