Street Fail

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From PG: via FAIL Blog: How would you do? Seen in Klagenfurt, Austria! StreetFail.jpg

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Not necessarily. Since there is a stop sign which may enable drivers to pay attention and have contacts. The crossroad condition here is very complex, from the left side of the road we cannot observe the traffic condition on the other road very well; yet on the right lane you may see it more clearly.

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