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Tennessee Includes Utility Vehicles in its Move Over Law

Tennessee’s extended Move Over law became effective July 1, 2011. This law now includes electric and other utility vehicles in the already existing protections for police, fire and highway construction vehicles. This means that, effective July 1, motoris
July 5, 2011

Tennessee’s extended Move Over law became effective July 1, 2011. This law now includes electric and other utility vehicles in the already existing protections for police, fire and highway construction vehicles. This means that, effective July 1, motorists approaching a utility vehicle with flashing lights are required to move over to the extent it is safe to do so, creating an empty lane buffer. When changing lanes is not possible, motorists must reduce speed. This expansion was advocated by the Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association, according to this press release.

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