Driving Instructor: A nice and full stop.
Driving Instructor: OK, then you scan left, straight, right, clear; we could proceed.
Driving Instructor: OK. Now, that stop. I just want to point out that really we should have stopped just before the sidewalk.
I have two questions:
1- What does “that stop” mean?
2- What does “just before the sidewalk” mean?
- He is referring to a stop they recently made.
Edit: You posted a video. She is referring to the sidewalk coming in from the right. There was no line, but the sidewalk can be used as a reference. You are really supposed to stop before the stop sign ( which he didn’t do ). So I’m not sure why she used the sidewalk as a reference point.
Thank you so much, NearlyNapping