If there is a police or customs vehicle behind you with alternating flashing blue and red lights you must pull over to the side of the road and stop. Wait in your car for instructions.
You must stop in a suitable place as soon as it is safe to do so. You must not stop in such a place or in such a way that causes danger or unnecessarily obstructs or disturbs traffic.
However, if there is a police car or other emergency vehicle approaching you from behind, with their sirens or blue lights on, you must make way.
Making way for emergency vehicles can, for example, mean that you drive onto the hard shoulder or close to the side of the road. It can also mean that you continue to drive at the speed limit to be able to make way in a more suitable place or that you – if it is necessary to facilitate the accessibility – stop completely. However, stopping in the middle of a narrow road where a large fire truck cannot possibly pass does not facilitate the accessibility.