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Question:

On a two-lane road, you spot an ambulance approaching with its flashing lights on. What must you do?

A Pull over, no matter which direction the ambulance is traveling in.
Explaination

Under South Carolina law, if an emergency vehicle with flashing lights or sounding a siren is approaching you from behind, you must let the emergency vehicle pass safely. On a two-lane road, you must pull over to the right to let the emergency vehicle pass safely. However, if you're in the middle of an intersection when the emergency vehicle approaches, don't stop in the intersection. Instead, clear the intersection and then pull over to the right as soon as you can. If an emergency vehicle is approaching you from behind on a multilane roadway, either stay in your lane or move into another lane to let the emergency vehicle pass safely. [Emergency Vehicles and Scenes, General Information, South Carolina Driver's Manual], [SC Code § 56-5-2360]