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Question:

If the traffic signals at an intersection are not working, treat the intersection as

A an all-way stop.
Explaination

If the traffic signals are not working, treat the intersection as an all-way stop. You must stop, yield, and only proceed (with extreme caution) when it is safe to do so. (Note: Some other states require you to treat an intersection with broken traffic signals as an uncontrolled intersection rather than an all-way stop. That is, you must yield but you don't have to stop. When traveling out of state, always check the local traffic laws.)