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This is the official page listing of the State of San Andreas Criminal and Vehicle Code.

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2022 San Andreas Criminal and Traffic Code

This code was drafted, published, and approved August of 2022 by San Andreas Life. It may be edited or updated at any time.

Title 1 - Criminal Offenses > Subtitle 4 - Offenses Against Public Health, Safety, or Welfare > Chapter 6 - Impersonation 

§ 1-4-603 Possession or Unauthorized Use of Emergency Lighting or Equipment

§ 1-4-603 Possession or Unauthorized Use of Emergency Lighting or Equipment

No vehicle shall be equipped with, nor shall any person use upon a vehicle, any siren, whistle, or bell, or any flashing or steady burn, blue, green, red, or purple light except as otherwise permitted in this section.
(A) It is permissible, but not required, that commercial vehicles may be equipped with a theft alarm signal device which is so arranged that it cannot be used by the driver as an ordinary warning signal.


(B) Every authorized emergency vehicle shall be equipped with a siren, whistle, or bell capable of emitting sound. The driver of an emergency vehicle shall sound a warning device:
    (1) When necessary to warn pedestrians and other drivers that the emergency vehicle is approaching; and
    (2) While the emergency vehicle is being operated in response to an emergency call or in the immediate pursuit of an          actual or suspected violator of the law.

(C) Every authorized emergency vehicle shall be equipped with flashing or steady burn signal lamps in addition to any other equipment and distinctive markings required by this subchapter. These lamps shall be mounted as high and be as widely spaced laterally as practicable. The vehicle shall be capable of displaying to the front two (2) alternately flashing lights located at the same level and to the rear two (2) alternately flashing lights located at the same level.
        (1) A police vehicle, when used as an authorized emergency vehicle, are permitted to have and shall be equipped

        with at least one (1) flashing or steady-burn blue light as specified in this section.

(2) An ambulance, when used as an authorized emergency vehicle, are permitted to have and shall be equipped with at least one (1) flashing or steady-burn red light as specified in this section.

(3) A firetruck or vehicle, when used as an authorized emergency vehicle, are permitted to have and shall be equipped with at least one (1) flashing or steady-burn red light as specified in this section.

(4) A towtruck or roadside assistance vehicle, when used as an authorized emergency vehicle, are permitted to have and shall be equipped with at least one (1) flashing or steady-burn yellow light as specified in this section.

(5) A construction vehicle, when used as an authorized emergency vehicle, are permitted to have and shall be equipped with at least one (1) flashing or steady-burn yellow, white, purple, or green light as specified in this section.

(6) A vehicle escort or pilot vehicle, when used as an authorized emergency vehicle, are permitted to have and shall be equipped with at least one (1) flashing or steady-burn yellow light as specified in this section.

    
(C) The use of the signal equipment described in this section shall impose upon drivers of other vehicles the obligation to yield right-of-way and to stop.

Violating this subsection is a Class (B) Misdemeanor.