When it comes to moving to the right for emergency vehicles, don’t let the requirements of the law be your only guiding factor. Keep alert for drivers who pull over when they don’t need to, don’t pull over when they should, or are completely oblivious of any emergency vehicle until the last second and then make a panic-turn without looking for other cars.
When it comes to moving to the right for emergency vehicles, don’t let the requirements of the law be your only guiding factor. Keep alert for drivers who pull over when they don’t need to, don’t pull over when they should, or are completely oblivious of any emergency vehicle until the last second and then make a panic-turn without looking for other cars. Staff The Sun News
When it comes to moving to the right for emergency vehicles, don’t let the requirements of the law be your only guiding factor. Keep alert for drivers who pull over when they don’t need to, don’t pull over when they should, or are completely oblivious of any emergency vehicle until the last second and then make a panic-turn without looking for other cars. Staff The Sun News

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