Emergency Vehicles

Ohio drivers are putting first responders at risk

First responders are in danger on the side of the roads because many drivers refuse to slow down, move over and follow the law when they see emergency lights flashing. […] A camera is behind that testing and evidence. It mounts on a vehicle, providing a 180-degree angle view. Combining the camera with speed and distance tracking as well as proof the emergency lights were flashing makes evidence gathering, a warning or a citation possible.

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Here's what to do if an emergency vehicle pulls behind you at a red light

News 6 traffic safety expert Trooper Steve Montiero answers viewer questions about the rules of the road every week, helping Orlando-area residents become better drivers by being better educated. Brenda, of Orlando, asked, “I’m stopped at a red light, with an emergency crew coming up behind me, what do I do?” Read the full article at ClickOrlando.com.

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