I was driving back from a festival today on a 6 lane road (3 oncoming and 3 ongoing) when a firetruck on the oncoming side was spotted.
I was on the far right side, so I was furthest away from the oncoming traffic. There was a driver in the middle lane of my side of the road (one lane left of me) who suddenly slammed on his brakes while veering across my lane to the shoulder of our road. Due to his sudden brake slam, I had to dodge left around his car and just keep going. I will try and draw a picture for you (sorry for the crudeness of it)
The median here was just like an empty lane, and my arrow is what I had to do because of the other driver's reaction.
What would have been the correct thing to do here? Was I to also slam on my brakes and veer right?
Is it also required that you always pull over for an emergency vehicle, regardless of what direction it is in?