You reckon incorrectly.
I have been going by a bar next to the post office for 10 years. I have never stopped there.
No. It's ambiguoushttp://forum.wordreference.com/showthread.php?t=1569957[/URL] , where Forero states (post 4) that "going by" can mean stopping by!
Is this wrong then?
Oh, ok, got it.No. It's ambiguous
In your post you said: "I reckon going by X means you will stop at X, as opposed to saying passing by."
The "will" takes it out of the realm of '"going by" can mean stopping by!'