Is Anyone Following the Traffic Signs at Local Grocery Stores?
Don't act like New Yorkers are capable of following signs while using a car inside of local grocery stores when most of us can't even follow these signs when driving an actual car on the road.
I know we're still supposed to be flattening the curve and we should all be doing our part but are New Yorkers really abiding by these rules all of the time? If you have been to local grocery stores recently you might have noticed that there are signs giving customers directions on how to safely shop for items whole keeping a proper social distance. Many aisles have been converted into one way lanes.
I get that these signs are important for the safety of customers but I wonder if everyone is taking them seriously.
Though the signs are posted at eye level and plastered all over the ground you'll still see people blatantly ignoring them.
I don't even want to know how grocery store road signs are working in New Jersey.
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