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Canada: ‘I’ve had close calls’: Tow truck drivers raise roadside safety concerns after near misses
AMA tow truck operators are asking Calgary drivers for help. They say many are forgetting to slow down and give them room to work while they clear smashed and stranded vehicles from busy roadways.
Connecticut: State police issue 479 tickets for 'Move Over' violations
State police troopers issued 479 tickets during its "Move Over Law campaign" that is meant to raise awareness about the state's law that motorists move over on the highway, when it's safe to do so, to make room for emergency vehicles, highway maintenance crews and tow trucks.
Connecticut: Troopers enforce Move Over Law
Connecticut State Police are conducting an awareness campaign to remind drivers of the Move Over Law. Beginning on February 22, troopers began aggressively pushing the campaign on social media, reminding people that if you see any type of emergency vehicle, highway maintenance crew, or tow truck on the side of the road you MUST either slow down or move over as you approach and pass.
Connecticut:State police make motorists aware of Move Over Law
Connecticut State Police are conducting a Move Over Law campaign to bring awareness, act as a reminder, and highlight the importance of moving over for emergency vehicles, highway maintenance crews, and tow trucks.
Maryland: Police stress to motorists to move over for stopped vehicles
Maryland State Police are reminding drivers during "Move Over March" to slow down and move over when an officer is pulled over on the side of the road.
Connecticut: Police step up enforcement of Move Over law
State police launched a week-long campaign to remind drivers it is the law to slow down and move over if they see emergency vehicles parked on the side of the road.
Illinois: You might be distracted, but deputies won't be 7 drivers caught during traffic check between Sterling and Dixon
As the sun rises early Monday on state Route 2 between Dixon and Sterling, Lee County Sheriff’s Deputy Cpl. Jared Yater is in the back of a moving silver van, tracking passing vehicles with a handheld camcorder. He calls out a suspicious car to his boss in the driver’s seat.
Connecticut: State Police urge motorists to ‘move over’
Police work is dangerous, but one hazard in particular doesn’t get much TV treatment or public attention
Georgia: Man caught with drugs after ignoring 'Move Over' law
A Bainbridge man who failed to move over for law-enforcement on the side of the road finds himself in jail on drug charges.
Connecticut: State Police urge motorists to “slow down and move over’’
Police work is a dangerous job, but one hazard in particular doesn’t get the TV treatment or much public attention.