by Meagan Dorsch
A day at the office for a state trooper, tow truck driver and others who work along the nation’s highways can involve speeding vehicles whizzing past them as they work to enforce traffic laws and help motorists.
Too often, these workers are unintentionally struck and killed or seriously
injured by the very drivers they’re attempting to help and protect.
NCSL's transportation expert, Melissa Savage, joins us for this edition of The Buzz (4:33). We discuss Move-over laws that have already passed in 43 states, like South Dakota. Melissa explains what this legislation requires motorists to do behind the wheel and what it could mean if you don't change lanes.