Failure To Yield To An Emergency Vehicle In New Jersey N.J.S.A. 39:4-92
In New Jersey drivers must yield to any emergency vehicle when that vehicle has its sirens on or lights flashing. Failing to do so will cost a person 2 motor vehicle points.
Where ever a driver is, unless in the middle of an intersection, that person must immediately pull over to the side of the road, or into a different lane so that the emergency vehicle can easily pass them. Being convicted of 39:4-92 also comes with a fine of up to $200.
By Carl Spector