FAQ

What should I do when I have seen a fire engine with its beacon lights on and its siren sounding?19 February 2016 Friday
A fire engine with its beacon lights on and its siren sounding is a responder which is going to respond to fire and rescue incidents. According to the Traffic Regulations, when you see a fire engine or engines going to respond to fire & rescue incidents, you have to give priority to it/them by changing lanes or even stopping while it is /they are passing by. You must not penetrate into the convoy of fire engines, not occupy the hard shoulder and not park on streets or roads at random.

A fire engine with its beacon lights on and its siren sounding is a responder which is going to respond to fire and rescue incidents. According to the Traffic Regulations, when you see a fire engine or engines going to respond to fire & rescue incidents, you have to give priority to it/them by changing lanes or even stopping while it is /they are passing by. You must not penetrate into the convoy of fire engines, not occupy the hard shoulder and not park on streets or roads at random.

 

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