Elitenoob8919 karma2018-09-12 12:05:17 UTC
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Elitenoob892 karma2016-09-26 11:13:58 UTC
I was always taught it is best to maintain speed limit and move to side for any emergency vehicles so if something prevents overtake the emergency service can at least maintain speed. Is this best or would you prefer a pullover and stop?
Elitenoob891 karma2016-09-26 11:13:59 UTC
Elitenoob891 karma2016-09-26 20:17:17 UTC
Think it must be a bit different in the UK, officially the rule is what I was taught and I believe the logic is that in the UK not even ambulances can pass over a solid white line in the middle of the road and more often than not on most single carriageways there isn't enough room to pass safely even if someone is pulled to the side. But that being said it's more common for people to pull over and mount the kerb.
Elitenoob89-40 karma2018-09-12 12:03:31 UTC
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