Excerpt from Family Safety & Health
Annapolis, MD — Maryland’s “move over” law, which currently applies only to emergency or service vehicles, has been expanded to include any vehicle on the side of the highway.
Signed into law May 16 by Gov. Larry Hogan (R) and set to go into effect Oct. 1, S.B. 147 requires drivers to, when possible, move into a lane not immediately adjacent to the vehicle or slow down when “approaching from the rear a stopped, standing or parked vehicle” displaying hazard warning lights,…
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