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If you see an emergency vehicle approaching either from the front or rear you should do what
If you see an emergency vehicle approaching either from the front or rear you should bring your vehicle to an immediate stop.
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User: True or False: Drunk drivers kill two to four times more people than aggressive drivers.

User: If you see an emergency vehicle approaching either from the front or rear you should do what

Weegy: If you see an emergency vehicle approaching either from the front or rear you should bring your vehicle to an immediate stop.
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