What do I do when an emergency vehicle is approaching?

Just remember to "Pull to the Right for Sirens and Lights." It is critically important for motorists to yield the right-of-way to emergency vehicles; lives depend on it. By law, the driver of a vehicle is required to pull to the right and stop immediately upon seeing an emergency vehicle approaching with its lights and/or siren on. This includes traffic moving in either direction. Remember, you must yield the right-of-way to an emergency vehicle, never follow closer than 500 feet behind one, do not park in the same block of emergency responders during an incident, and never drive over a fire hose.

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1. Can I have a campfire at my house?
2. Can I burn if I live outside the Village Limits of Lake Delton?
3. What do I do if I have a fire?
4. Should I have a fire extinguisher in my home?
5. Do I need a Carbon Monoxide detector?
6. What if my carbon monoxide detector is going off?
7. Does the Fire Department charge me if you come to my property for a call?
8. Does the Fire Department conduct courtesy home fire inspections?
9. What do I do when an emergency vehicle is approaching?
10. What is the “Move Over Law?”
11. What is an ISO rating?
12. When are sirens activated?
13. What are the Village of Lake Delton Fire Codes?