I stop all four wheels though sometimes very quickly when there's good visibility and I know no one's coming. That got me a ticket one time when a cop was lounging in his car doing paper work or sexting at a stop sign. He wasn't paying attention, put his lights on, pulls me over and says I didn't stop, which I had, he simply didn't see it because he wasn't looking and I didn't stick around long enough for him to look up from his
Then he was a real douche, threatening that he could make this even worse so I wouldn't challenge it in court. I just paid the damned thing.
How did I get to stop all four wheels? Cause I had been legitimately stopped by a cop when I rolled through one, though very slowly, when I was younger. I was looking for an address and didn't notice the cop there. Though I knew I was the only one at the intersection. He let me go with a warning because he could tell I wasn't rushing anywhere, blowing through stop signs.
Bigger reason to stop on all fours. In Florida if there's any question, right of way goes to the guy on your right. So I always stop before they do; that way I don't have to wait on them.
Today's lesson: The quicker you stop, the quicker you go, unless a cop didn't see you stop.