As you approach a crosswalk, you see a person with a guide dog who is standing on the corner. What should you do?
- Stop and turn off your engine.
- Beep your horn to let the person know that it's safe to cross.
- Shout to the person that it is OK to cross the road.
Under South Carolina law, if a blind pedestrian is about to cross the road in front of you, you must stop and yield to the pedestrian. Wait until the pedestrian has crossed at least your side of the roadway before you proceed. Don't sound your horn or rev your engine because it might startle the pedestrian or the guide dog.
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