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Cops Want Drivers to Move Over For All Cars On Side of Road
Posted: Mar 24, 2010 4:25 PM EDT Updated: Mar 24, 2010 4:25 PM EDT
Move over law a success
By Jim Wallace - bio | email
ALBANY, GA (WALB) –Georgia and national law enforcement groups celebrate a sharp decline in the number of law enforcement officers killed in traffic incidents.
In 2009 no Georgia law enforcement officers were killed by an automobiles while outside their own vehicles. Officers credit the state's move over law.
Now they're asking South Georgia drivers to treat all cars on the side of the road like Police Cars, and slow down and move over.
Georgia and national law enforcement groups celebrate a sharp decline in the number of law enforcement officers killed in traffic incidents.
Traffic officers and troopers admit they are horrified that already in 2010 four people have been struck and killed by cars in Dougherty County roadways. Veteran traffic enforcement officers and troopers say drivers are finally starting to learn and understand Georgia's Move Over Law when they see Police Car's blue lights. But they say most motorists don't show the same courtesy to all cars pulled over at the side of a roadway.
Click the link to read the full story there's a lot more. I smell another law coming to make more revenue