Re: Question about right of the way
David Liberman (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
: email@example.com (Isaac Soundararaj) wrote:
: >Hi Netters,
: > Could you please help me with the following question?
: > I am sorry, it may be a obvious question.
: > Suppose that I am in an intersection, with red light for me.
: > Behind me comes an emergency vehicle with flasers and siren.
: > Should I have to proceed forward (eventhough it is red for me)
: > so that the emergency vehicle can go past me.
: > The situation assumed: if I don't move, the emergency vehicle
: > behind me can't proceed.
: > Your answer is appreciated.
: > Thanks. -Isaac
: I'd say it's a case-by-case basis. If pulling into the intersection
: does not create a hazard go for it, but ALWAYS MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A
: WAY OUT! Never leave yourself boxed in.
: If there's a lot of traffic, and pulling into the intersection isn't
: safe, then make a hard right into the media. You don't have to ditch
: your car, just make enough room for the emergency vehicle to get by.
: David Liberman
There probably has never been a case where a police officer
has given a ticket or citation for a motorist getting out
of the way of an emergency vehicle (with lights/sirens on).
Just do what you have to do to get out of the way but do
If anybody has been issued a ticket I'd like to know the
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