Driving Question: Can You Break the Law for an Emergency Vehicle?
Q: Hi, let’s say an emergency vehicle with its lights flashing and/or sirens on wants to get through but they cannot do so unless you get out of its way. (The traffic is very heavy and there is no shoulder either) Are you legally allowed…
Modified “Slow Down & Move Over” Law In Effect January 1, 15 British Columbia
A reminder to drivers that effective January 1, 2015 the updated Slow Down & Move Over law will come into effect. This means drivers are legally required to move over to another lane if available and slow their vehicle whenever vehicles flashing a red, blue,…
How to deal with Emergency Vehicles – basic guidelines for drivers
Did you know that if you’re driving past a stopped emergency vehicle with lights flashing you are required by BC law to slow down and move over if possible? If you’re driving on a road where the speed limit is 80 km/hr or higher, slow…
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