1. SUCAP vehicles, when operating on the streets, have only the rights equal to those of any other vehicle on the road. You must not take the right-of-way from another vehicle on the assumption that the driver of the other vehicle will permit your vehicle to proceed.
  2. SUCAP vehicles should proceed only when it is safe to do so, regardless of the right-of-way. Whether or not a vehicle has the right-of-way will not be accepted as an excuse for a collision with a pedestrian or another vehicle.  Drive defensively!
  3. Police and fire department vehicles, ambulances and other emergency vehicles have undisputed right-of-way. On approach of these vehicles, as indicated by a flashing light or audible signal, vehicles will be pulled as far to the right as possible and brought to a full stop. All vehicle doors must be kept closed while emergency vehicles are passing.