Article 67 Priority vehicles

1. Public and private emergency services vehicles have priority over other vehicles and road users when they are engaged in service. They may exceed speed limits and do not have to comply with other rules or signs in the situations and with the conditions determined in this section (article 25). 2. Drivers of these emergency...

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Article 68 Rights of drivers of priority vehicles

1. Drivers of priority vehicles must observe the principles of this regulation, although, provided they have ensured that they do not endanger any road user, they may fail to comply subject to this being at their own responsibility, except for the orders and signals of police officers, which are always mandatory. The drivers of such...

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Article 69 Behaviour of other drivers regarding priority vehicles

As soon as they notice the special signals that notify the proximity of a priority vehicle, other drivers will adopt the appropriate measures, according to the circumstances of the time and place, to facilitate their passage, normally moving to their right or stopping if necessary. Failure to facilitate the passage of an emergency vehicle, after...

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Article 70 Non-priority vehicles in emergency service

1. If, as a result of particularly serious circumstances, the driver of a non-priority vehicle is forced, being unable to resort to any other means, to perform a service normally reserved for priority users, they will ensure that other users are warned of the special situation in which they are driving, using the horn intermittently...

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