Should I pull over for ambulances on a divided highway with two lanes in each direction?
October 11, 2004 3:41 PM Subscribe
Ambulance Etiquette: Divided highway, two lanes in each direction, pull over into shoulder and stop?
posted by anathema to law & government (11 answers total)
Of course I know to pull over on a two-lane road and let an ambulance pass. I do this if the lights are flashing, regardless of hearing a siren. But what if the ambulance has no siren on (only has the lights going) and is travelling at the speed limit on a divided highway with two lanes in each direction? Is it ok just to get into the right-hand lane and let the ambulance pass on the left? Seems more dangerous to have some people pull to the shoulder and then have to merge back into the road after a full stop.