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Emergency Vehicles – Texas Defensive Driving Online Course

Emergency Vehicles – Texas Defensive Driving Online Course

Johnny Emergency Vehicles

Oh no what to do! Here comes the┬áSwat Team , followed by 40┬áPolice Cars, two┬áFire Trucks and an Ambulance in a pear tree… sorry couldn’t help myself ┬áWhat to do? What to do? Do I pull over to the left or the right? Do I just stop right smack-dab in the middle of the road to block everything? ┬áCalgone Take Me Away!

Emergency vehicles include police cars, fire trucks, ambulances, and other vehicles that sound a siren or a bell, or flashes a red light. When an emergency vehicle approaches, pull to the right side of the road and stop. If congested, slow down and make room. Yield in situations you would normally have the right-of-way. Do not follow too closely after an emergency vehicle has passed, 500 feet minimum. Do not park at the scene.
Be aware of the “Move Over Law”: When approaching an emergency vehicle move to the other lane or slow down to 20MPH below the speed limit.

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