2009 New Jersey Code
39:4-122. Signal by police whistle
TITLE 39 - MOTOR VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC REGULATION
39:4-122 - Signal by police whistle
A driver shall, upon one blast of a police whistle given by a police officer with hand raised, bring the vehicle to a full stop, and shall not proceed again until he receives a signal so to do from the officer. Three or more blasts of the police whistle is the signal for alarm and indicates the approach of a fire engine or other danger.
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