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State Move Over Laws
Map outlining state move over laws.
Move Over Fact Sheet- Basic facts regarding move over laws.
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State Move Over Laws
- Chart outlining state move over laws.
Model Language for
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California Roadshow Campaign for Move-Over Law
Is it true that a driver when approaching a CHP car stopped on the right is supposed to move to the far left lane if possible? "... Can you tell everyone about the "Move Over, Slow Down" law? I see so many drivers who fail to do so when an emergency vehicle is on the side of the road.
AAA, Georgia State Officials Encourage Roadside Safety
AAA officials are campaigning to remind motorists to recognize Georgia’s Move-Over Law, and other safety precautions, in an effort to protect everyone on the state’s highways and byways — from stranded motorists to emergency response vehicles.
In Texas: Move Over, Slow Down, or Get a Ticket
Police put their lives in danger each time they leave their patrol cars parked along a busy freeway. For the next two weeks, Austin officers are aggressively enforcing the state law that requires drivers to move over or slow down for emergency vehicles.
Tennessee 'Move-Over' Law: Stiff Penalties Imposed on Second and Subsequent Offenses
Because of the dangers faced by utility workers, who are often required to work near traffic, an expansion of the Move Over Law in Tennessee is designed to make their jobs safer by requiring motorists to move over when approaching utility vehicles working on the roadside. The new law went into effect on July 1. Stiff penalties imposed on second and subsequent offenses
Tennessee Move-Over Law
It's July 1 and aside from looking forward to a three-day weekend and Independence Day festivities, there's also a number of new laws on the books for Tennessee residents to consider.
Move-Over Law Expanded in Tennessee
The next time you see an electric utility vehicle working on the side of the road, slow down and give it room. The workers will appreciate your courtesy, and a new Tennessee law requires it.