Ohio’s State Highway Patrol says its recent enforcement and awareness effort focused on the Move Over law resulted in 586 citations issued to motorists.
The law requires drivers approaching any vehicles with flashing or rotating lights that are parked on the roadside to move over to an adjacent lane. Motorists should slow down and proceed with caution if moving over isn’t possible due to traffic or weather conditions or lack of a second lane.
Security work between July 22 and July 28 included state police in Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Between 2013-2017, Ohio patrol cruisers were involved in 58 crashes that appeared to be related to the Move Over law. The accident caused the deaths of two civilians and wounded 34 civilians and 24 officers.
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