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Giving Pulled Over Vehicles Room on the Road

While it is common to see vehicles pulled over on the side of the road, its not very common to see drivers give pulled over vehicles the appropriate room. In each state, there are laws on the books that describe exactly how much room a driver should leave a stranded car or emergency vehicle.

These laws are called "move over laws," and they are more than just suggestions. Each year, almost 200 construction workers are killed working on the road. If you see a vehicle pulled over on the side of the road, always try to switch lanes to give the drivers or workers extra room. Doing so will ensure that they are able to stay safe while waiting for assistance, or while they are doing their job.

If you can't give them extra room, you should always try to slow down to avoid any possible accidents. For more information on move over laws, and on our selection of high-quality vehicles, contact Priority Honda Chesapeake in Chesapeake, VA.

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