Upon the immediate approach of an authorized emergency vehicle giving audible signal,
and equipped, as required by section 39:4-91 of this Title, and unless otherwise directed by a police or traffic officer,
(a) The driver of every vehicle shall immediately drive to a position as near as possible
and parallel to the right-hand edge or curb of the highway, clear of an intersection
of highways, and shall stop and remain in that position until the authorized emergency
vehicle has passed and
(b) The driver or person in control of a street car shall immediately stop the car
clear of an intersection of highways and keep it stationary until the authorized emergency
vehicle has passed.
No driver of any vehicle other than one on official business shall follow any authorized
emergency vehicle, traveling in response to an emergency call, closer than 300 feet,
or drive nearer to, or park the vehicle within 200 feet of, where any fire apparatus
has stopped in answer to a fire alarm.
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