Slow down, assess the situation and give the emergency vehicle plenty of room.
Turn on your flashers to help the emergency vehicle. If the emergency vehicle is moving and has a siren running, pull over to the side of the road.
Not just ambulances, but many other emergency and police vehicles have a warning siren and flashing lights too. The lights and siren is to warn other road users ahead that a vehicle is on an emergency call and needs to get to the emergency as quickly as possible.
Stop until the red lights stops flashing
a collision scene
Slow down, check side/rear/blind spot to see if the lane beside you is clear, put on your turn signal, merge to the lane away from the stopped emergency vehicle. However, be prepared to come to a full stop if needed or directed by emergency personnel. Do not gawk-- keep your eyes on the road. Looking at accidents is a sure way to cause another accident.
The duration of Red Lights Ahead is 1.17 hours.
Red Lights Ahead was created on 1936-11-29.
On city streets, you should maintain a safe following distance (two seconds) from the car ahead of you. Keep a constant scan going for signs, traffic lights, pedestrians, bicycles, and anything else that might create an emergency situation. Look past the car ahead of you for obstacles and brake lights from the car in front of the one you're following.
Red Lights Ahead - 1936 is rated/received certificates of: UK:U USA:Approved
Red Lights Ahead - 1936 was released on: USA: 29 November 1936
You should use your low beams to avoid blinding the driver ahead as you lights reflect in his mirrors.
It is under the vehicle, just ahead of the rear suspension.It is under the vehicle, just ahead of the rear suspension.