2010 Pennsylvania Code
Title 75 - VEHICLES
Chapter 31 - General Provisions
3107 - Drivers in funeral processions.

     § 3107.  Drivers in funeral processions.
        (a)  General rule.--The driver of a vehicle which is being
     driven in a funeral procession may:
            (1)  Park or stand irrespective of the provisions of this
        part.
            (2)  Proceed past a red signal indication or stop sign if
        the lead vehicle in the procession started through the
        intersection while the signal indicator was green or, in the
        case of a stop sign, the lead vehicle first came to a
        complete stop before proceeding through the intersection.
        (b)  Visual signals required.--The privileges granted by this
     section shall apply only if each vehicle in the funeral
     procession displays lighted head lamps and emergency flashers
     and bears a flag or other insignia designating it as part of a
     funeral procession.
        (c)  Right-of-way to emergency vehicles.--This section does
     not relieve the driver of a vehicle which is being driven in a
     funeral procession from yielding the right-of-way to an
     emergency vehicle making use of audible and visual signals, nor
     from the duty to drive with due regard for the safety of all
     persons.
     (Aug. 5, 1991, P.L.238, No.26, eff. imd.; June 26, 2001,
     P.L.734, No.75, eff. 60 days)

        2001 Amendment.  Act 75 amended subsec. (c).
        1991 Amendment.  Act 26 added section 3107.

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