When you see the emergency light of an ambulance you must?

What should you do if you see an ambulance flashing their lights?

When you hear a siren or see red flashing lights from an ambulance or fire engine, if they are following you, you must slow down and pull over. Stop if necessary.

What do you do when you see an ambulance?

What you should do around emergency vehicles

  1. Slow down.
  2. Move left to give the vehicle a clear run down the middle of the road. If you can’t move left safely, stay where you are and let the emergency vehicle overtake you.
  3. Not move your vehicle suddenly.
  4. Not drive into the path of the emergency vehicle.

What to do when an ambulance is behind you at a red light?

At intersections:

  1. Give way by moving to the left or right as emergency vehicles will make their way between other vehicles.
  2. If the signal is red, emergency vehicles may cross and proceed after a brief stop.

When you see an emergency vehicle with flashing lights you must?

When you see an emergency vehicle using its lights or hear it using its siren, you must immediately pull over to the curb or side of the road and stop.

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What should you do if an emergency vehicle is approaching you from behind with sirens and flashing lights?

You must yield the right-of-way to a police car, fire engine, ambulance, or other emergency vehicle that uses a siren and flashing lights. Pull as close to the right of the road as possible and stop until the emergency vehicle(s) has passed.

What must you do when you hear a siren or see red flashing lights?

In the U.S., when you hear a siren or see flashing red and blue lights, you should slow down and pull over as far to the right as you can to allow emergency response vehicles to get by. Once the responders have passed by, you may pull back into the flow of traffic.

Can you go through a red light if an ambulance is behind you?

Advice online says you should not break the law to make way for police, fire and ambulance vehicles – this includes entering bus lanes or running red lights. Do not try to speed or outrun an emergency vehicle, only allow the emergency vehicle to overtake only when there is space to do so and it is safe.

Can ambulance beat red light?

With effect from 1 Dec 2017, SCDF ambulances will be exempted from Section 120(3) of the Road Traffic Act, which prohibits the running of red lights. When you are driving on the road and hear the siren from an emergency ambulance near a road junction, slow down and let it pass even if you have the right of way.

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