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(4) Stop when a traffic signal is amber
before your vehicle enters an intersection. If the
signal turns amber after your vehicle enters the
intersection, you are required to move through and
clear the intersection.
(5) Stop for a flashing red light, a siren, or
bell warning of emergency vehicles approaching from
ahead, the back, or either side. Whenever possible,
move your vehicle to the extreme right of the road to
allow the maximum passing space and visibility for the
driver of the emergency vehicle (Figure 18).
(6) Stop for the red flashing lights of a
school bus, whether you are overtaking or meeting the
bus, which has stopped or is stopping for passengers to
board or leave the bus. (According to the State, this
requirement varies; read the laws for the States in
which you are driving.)
(7) Stop all vehicles that are carrying
passengers or hazardous cargo at  every railroad
crossing. Look to both the right and left, and listen
carefully before moving into the tracks; open the front
door or window of the vehicle to improve your ability
to hear an approaching train. Stop all vehicles at
railroad crossings where there are no signal lights,
bells, or automatic gates to warn of approaching
trains. Where such lights or bells are installed, do not
move the vehicle onto the tracks while any warning
signal is operating. Although the crossing is cleared by
the train which passed, another could be approaching
but be hidden by the first train or a curve.
b.
Signaling. Use arm or mechanical signals to
warn other drivers and pedestrians of your intended
actions (Figure 19).  In many cases (such as when
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