If you are unable to get a good view of cross traffic when stopped at an intersection controlled by a stop sign, you should:
When stopped at a stop sign where you cannot see cross traffic, yield to any pedestrians and then carefully pull forward past the stop line until you can see clearly. Check for traffic and pedestrians. Go ahead when the intersection is clear.
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This questions appears in the following tests:
Pennsylvania Practice test 4
Pennsylvania Practice test 21