Giving right of way to emergency vehicle
When traffic comes to a halt in Germany, drivers by law must move to the edge off each side to create an open lane so emergency vehicles like ambulance, fire brigade can pass . This type of road education must become mandatory in every country, especially our country India where an ambulance many times is not given way. Also a set of people in Delhi start following ambulances if its being given way so they get out of traffic faster.
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India and Indians will never learn. When people of a nation become irresponsible, insensitive, arrogance, selfish and so on and so forth irrespective of their education, social status, family background etc. and are always on the run to overtake others by hooks or crooks without caring for others, what can one expect from such bunches of people ! When the government and it's law enforcing agencies are required to step in to use force to make people disciplined in every respect, we can only dream of the things referred to in the post. more
It will take decades for us Indians to learn discipline. When the traffic police do not care, how will the public act. The public cannot even follow the red/green light rules, so however will they undertake such an exercise. In India, it is first for all. more
People in general are indiscipline in India - they will use that empty lane to go faster. It happens in other countries because they learn discipline hard way as working in Army is mandatory to get a degree in those countries. In India - the same is not implemented. So, impossible to imagine that one empty lane will be KEPT for emergency vehicles !!!! more
completely agree. All driving test & schools must ask this question and only the ones who give correct answers to right of way questions should be passed more
Not only Germany but in other countries like USA, Canada and all European countries follow it. I have seen it being followed in South Africa as well. more