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What do you have to consider when approaching a stationary school transport vehicle with flashing warning lights?

You must always pass stationary school transport vehicles at low speed and with great care, especially if the vehicle's warning lights are flashing. Always expect that a child, on his or her way to or from the vehicle, might suddenly run across the street – in front of or behind the vehicle.

About 100 metres before a school transport vehicle is going to stop to pick up or drop off children, the driver turns on flashing warning lights at the rear (and sometimes at the front) of the vehicle. The lights continue to flash during the entire stop and until about 100 metres after it.