White warning lights on emergency vehicles
Gavin Webb made this Freedom of Information request to South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust
Dear South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust,
I am enquiring as to what exemption this Trust has for the use of flashing/alternating white warning lights on your emergency vehicles (not the flashing/alternating headlamps) but specifically the lights used in the front grille's and lightbar's which fall under the remit of the Road Vehicle Lighting Regulations.
I await your reply in due course.
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