In North Carolina, vehicles in a funeral procession should have headlights and flashing hazard signals on. They should stay to the right side of the road and follow the vehicle ahead as closely as is reasonable and prudent.
In North Carolina, vehicles in a funeral procession should have headlights and flashing hazard signals on. They should stay to the right side of the road and follow the vehicle ahead as closely as is reasonable and prudent. FRANCISCO KJOLSETH
In North Carolina, vehicles in a funeral procession should have headlights and flashing hazard signals on. They should stay to the right side of the road and follow the vehicle ahead as closely as is reasonable and prudent. FRANCISCO KJOLSETH
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April 18, 2016 02:00 AM

UPDATED April 18, 2016 06:28 PM

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