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    correct this sentence ?

    - How can I say to driver tax stop your car to near side, now?
    - Is that it : (please, stop the car over to the nearest side of the road)

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    Re: correct this sentence ?

    You can say pull over

    Meaning: (v) to steer a vehicle to the side of the road

    The car pulled over when the ambulance approached at high speed
    We pulled over to watch the sunset

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    Re: correct this sentence ?

    Pull over whenever you can
    Pull over when you get the chance
    Pull over (right) here
    Pull over just behind that car
    Pull over just in front of that shop

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