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#### Alabama Jones

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These are two different traffic control devices.
First stop. Period. Then you must yield to traffic.
Likewise with "right on red" with a yield, you must
stop first for the red, then yield to traffic. Often,
this is used when traffic from the opposite direction
has a left turn arrow (and hence, right of way). You
can't see their arrow, so the yield tells you someone
else has right of way.

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