The Best thing to do if a train IS NOT coming is to put it in first gear and push it off and jump back in or start the car up and move it off if possible. If a train IS coming then get out of the car and move as far away as possible
Get out of the vehicle and run toward the train but stay off the tracks to avoid being hit by your vehicle or any debris from the crash.
get out of the vehicle and run toward the train but stay off the tracks to avoid being hit by your vehicle or any debris from the crash.
If your vehicle stalls on a railroad crossing, it is of course a good idea to try to get it off. If you cannot get it off, get away from your vehicle, and call for help. If you see a train coming, walk towards the train, because when the train hits your vehicle, debris is more likely to fly the direction the train is moving. Remember that no vehicle is worth more than your life, and it is almost impossible for a train to stop. Also, if you see a train coming, it is better to run and save yourself and not the vehicle.
There are approximately 233,000 miles of railroad track in the United States and back in 1840 there were 21,000 miles of railroad track
Get out of the vehicle, and either run toward the train (stay off the tracks to avoid being hit by your vehicle or any debris from the crash), or run perpendicular to the tracks. Running in either direction protects you from the direct effects of the collision.
Start it up again.
You may not park within ______ of a railroad track.
The first railroad track in the United States was the Baltimore to Ohio Railroad, which went through Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and Ohio
Railroad ties, popularly known as Sleepers.