An expansion of the state law designed to protect an emergency response scene and roadside workers is now in effect in Pennsylvania.
Act 83 of 2018 adds trash haulers to the list of vehicles, including stationary tow trucks, mail delivery vans and other vehicles involved in performing a roadside service, to those for which a driver must slow down when passing.
Drivers are required to move at least one lane away when possible or slow down and be ready to stop if they cannot.
This law is in addition to the "Steer Clear" law requiring drivers to move over when approaching an emergency response scene.
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Pleasant Mount Emergency Services
161 Great Bend Tpke
Pleasant Mount, PA 18453 Donations
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