Generally, a driver should allow a minimum of 300 to 500 feet between his
vehicle and an emergency vehicle in front of him. The amount of space that must
Because emergency vehicles don't have the time to obey traffic rules like the rest
of us, their need to get somewhere fast can put you in a dicey position. And the ...
If you can't move to the right because of traffic, we ask that you slow down and ...
A driver should not follow an authorized emergency vehicle responding to a call ...
To drive safely in the presence of emergency vehicles, you must understand how
they ... To be safe, do not follow within 500 ft of a fire truck answering an alarm or
an ... California), you can be cited for driving too close to an emergency vehicle.
You must stop and remain stopped until the emergency vehicle or vehicles have
... However, if you can do so safely, you should yield the right of way to vehicles
with blue ... Let them pass and follow the vehicle to the scene of the emergency.
A speed limit is the maximum legal speed you can travel on .... Never follow an
emergency vehicle closer than 500 feet .... Hand response time is close to a.
Flashing lights from emergency vehicles will warn you of a problem ahead.
Reduce speed, carefully change lanes if necessary and be prepared to stop.
Authorized emergency vehicles; approaching; following fire apparatus; passing ...
Immediately drive to a position parallel to and as close as possible to the ... C.
The driver of a vehicle other than one on official business shall not follow any fire
Sep 2, 2015 ... As a driver, you can do your part to help save lives. ... slow down, signal and
move to the right; if possible, pull as close as you can to the right side of the
roadway and ... "Slow Down, Move Over": If you see an emergency vehicle or a
tow ... it's illegal to follow a fire vehicle or ambulance responding...
Nov 24, 2015 ... When an emergency vehicle is approaching your vehicle from any ... your vehicle
, follow the previous procedures, except that you should bring ...