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Personal Vehicles driven by volunteer fire fighters responding to alarms are allowed to display blue Lights.
Volunteer ambulance and rescue squad personnel may display green Lights
These are not considered emergency vehicles and must obey all traffic laws.
You need not give the right-of-way to these vehicle, but you should if you can do so safely.

Emergency Police Fire and Ambulance

SIMPLE RULE: 
PULL OVER AND STOP
You must give the right-of-way to emergency vehicles approaching from any direction.
This means pull to the right side of the road clear of any intersection and stop.  You may resume your travel when the emergency vehicle passes. 

Personal Vehicles driven by volunteer fire fighters responding to alarms are allowed to display blue Lights. Volunteer ambulance and rescue squad personnel may display green Lights
These are not considered emergency vehicles and must obey all traffic laws. You need not give the right-of-way to these vehicle, but you should if you can do so safely. 

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