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In Rhode Island, what should you do at a stop sign at an intersection?

A Do both (a) and (b).

At a stop sign, you must stop before the stop line, crosswalk, or intersection, whichever you arrive at first. You should stop for at least three seconds so you can look left and right. Then yield to pedestrians and other vehicles, and proceed only when it is safe to do so. [Stopping, F. Stopping and Parking, III. Basic Driving Skills and Safety Rules, Rhode Island Driver's Manual]