On Mon, Apr 19, 2004 at 10:51:26AM -0700 or so it is rumoured hereabouts,
Justin Mason thought:
>> Niall O Broin writes:
>> > You're dreaming, right. I found the concept of 4 way stops interesting in the
> > States, but they rely on people to have manners, esp. when two people arrive
> > at the same time. Can you see that working here?
>> Yep. People are as bad-mannered here as they are in Ireland ;) Breaking
> the 4-way stop rules is just as illegal as running a red light, and you
> don't see much of that here or there...
It's not so much the legal enforcement that works here, it's more the
_insurance_ premium enforcement that does it...
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