SAN LUIS (AP) If you think you’ve spotted a bad ambulance driver, ask him about it.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says most drivers are “misinformed” about how to spot ambulance emergencies.
That’s because most people don’t know how to look for signs of distress, the agency said in a statement.
The NHTSA said its website includes information on how to recognize when an ambulance is on the verge of a breakdown, when an officer is about to take control of the vehicle, and when the driver has been cited for driving under the influence.
If you have any questions about ambulance emergencies, call 1-800-222-1222.
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