If you see lights or hear sirens of an emergency vehicle, you are required by law to yield the road, regardless of the direction you are traveling in relation to the emergency vehicle.
If you see lights or hear sirens of an emergency vehicle, you are required by law to yield the road, regardless of the direction you are traveling in relation to the emergency vehicle. Comstock Thinkstock photo
If you see lights or hear sirens of an emergency vehicle, you are required by law to yield the road, regardless of the direction you are traveling in relation to the emergency vehicle. Comstock Thinkstock photo

Traffic Q&A: Do I have to pull over for a firetruck headed in the opposite direction?

April 24, 2016 04:29 AM

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