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    Quote Originally Posted by FWDbuff
    When I was younger, we would cruise the neighborhood with our cars to look for a party, not "cruise the internet with our mouse."

    Shoot, when people do that at my parties, the "executive board" of the party quickly escourts them away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RFDACM
    To start I think you must have started in the AL law a little too far in.
    That's what I thought as well. However, I could not locate a "definitions" section in the AL traffic codes. Odd.
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    Back to the OP's subject I would say your POV does NOT count a Authorized Emergency Vehicle, because of a few reasons.

    1.) No Audible Signal or Visiual Signal which can be seen 360 Degree
    2.) Its not been registered or inspected by the state to become emergency vehicle.
    3.) Its a POV and only a POV the dept does not own it

    That being said Im sure wig-wags are also illegal on POV's as they are here in NC.
    Also i would highly recommend to please drive carefully, obey all traffic laws and use due reguard for public saftey, ( the object is to get to the scene, you cant do much if you never make it there cause you got into a accident)
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    Barry, with only a month on the department (sorry, a month ACTIVE with the department, whatever distinction that makes), there's about 1,000 things you could and should be studying to make yourself a safe, productive firefighter. Invest some of this energy you are expending in researching Alabama red light laws into some actual training....The payback will be much greater....

    Also...What does your chief allow you to run, and what is the accepted standard for your department?

    Others in my department have lights, but none of them have sirens.
    OK, so you already answered that question. So are you trying to "prove" to your chief that you are entitled to run a siren on your POV? Guess what....if the chief says you can't, you can't, regardless of what Alabama law says. And trying to prove you know better than the chief is a good way to ensure a nice, short career in the fire service.
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