How many feet must you drive behind an ambulance?

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How many feet is a safe driving distance at 45 mph?

Five Car lengths, but only if you are on your toes. It depends on how alert you are at the time and if you can see and monitor the tail lights of the chain gang a lot further ahead than the car in front of you. If you are behind a car and it hits a stopped dump truck - can you stop? If you are tired (MORE)

How old you you need to be to drive an ambulance?

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What is the job called where you drive an ambulance?

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How many medics ride in an ambulance?

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How many feet should you stay behind a school bus?

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How many ambulances are sold each year?

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How many paramedics are in an ambulance?

Depends on the location of the company. Most of the bigger cities have one Paramedic and one Basic on each truck. Some of the smaller cities cant afford to hire Paramedics so they just have a pair of basics on each truck. Also, each state has their own rules, and some states let each county make (MORE)

What information must you give if you called an ambulance to an accident?

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When coming to a stop behind another vehicle stop at least how many feet behind the vehicle in front of you?

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How many patients have died in a ambulance ride?

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How many feet should you follow behind an ambulance?

Following an ambulance without its lights should be done like any other vehicle, a car length for every 10 mph. If the lights are on, 50 yards is a good distance to stay back. Emergency vehicles can and do make erratic lane changes and starts and stops.

How many feet should you stay behind a car when its raining?

It is very hard to give a certain answer in feed, there are so manyvariables. Visibility, how hard is it raining? has it just startedraining? is the road already soaked. As a rule of thumb it sould be4 car lengths, but probably wise giving 6 for extra safety,certainly as the speed increases if you w (MORE)

How many feet do you have to be from another car while driving?

This depends on your speed. From a legalistic standpoint, there is no set distance; that's not to say you wouldn't get pulled over for tailgating. In general, you should keep enough distance between you and the vehicle in front of you so that if they were to suddenly slam on the brakes, you wouldn't (MORE)

Who is in an ambulance?

Ambulances are commonly staffed in two person crews. The type of licensure these people have depend on the type of ambulance they are operating in. There are two different types of ambulances: Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Life Support (ALS). A BLS truck is staffed with at least one EMT-Bas (MORE)

How many feet must you have to stop while driving 55 miles per hour?

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How many feet do you need to be behind a car with your brights on?

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