[REACT-LIST] [REACTINTL] RE: REACT Can Use Red Lights in North Carolina
Paul Bowling W4ATN
paul at w4atn.com
Tue Jan 6 08:13:36 EST 2015
Not only that but check auto insurance as well. Some,if not all, consider POVs with emergency lights as an emergency vehicle and charge according.
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From: "Ron McCracken ron.mccr at hotmail.com [REACTINTL]" <REACTINTL at yahoogroups.com>
Date: 2015/01/06 08:07 (GMT-05:00)
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Subject: [REACTINTL] RE: REACT Can Use Red Lights in North Carolina
Jay, you will have to monitor very carefully the use of red lights. The privilege can quickly come full circle to bite you. As Tom mentioned, it has posed problems for some Teams in the past. I would invite police to attend a Team meeting to detail just what they expect of your members. That should benefit everyone concerned. Best wishes.
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From: REACTcommunications at yahoogroups.com
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2015 23:01:24 -0500
Subject: REACT Can Use Red Lights in North Carolina
Good News for REACT Members/Teams in North Carolina.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF NORTH CAROLINA
SESSION LAW 2013-415
HOUSE BILL 15
AN ACT TO (1) FACILITATE THE USE OF VEHICLES EXCLUSIVELY FOR LAW
ENFORCEMENT, FIREFIGHTING, OR OTHER EMERGENCY RESPONSE
PURPOSES BY THE DIVISION OF PARKS AND RECREATION OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES AND THE
NORTH CAROLINA FOREST SERVICE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
AND CONSUMER SERVICES AND (2) DIRECT THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
SAFETY TO STUDY METHODS OF ALLOWING PRISONERS TO CONTRIBUTE TO
CLEANUP AND MITIGATION EFFORTS IN CONNECTION WITH STATES OF
EMERGENCY DECLARED IN THIS STATE.
The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts:
SECTION 1.(a) G.S. 20-125(b) reads as rewritten:
"(b) Every vehicle owned and or operated by a police department or by the Department
of Public Safety including the State Highway Patrol or by the Wildlife Resources Commission
or the Division of Marine Fisheries Fisheries, or by the Division of Parks and Recreation of the
Department of Environment and Natural Resources, or by the North Carolina Forest Service of
the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, and used exclusively for law
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