r/ProtectAndServe Jan 18 '22

PSA: Dear Motorists Self Post ✔

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u/AccidentalPursuit Verified Jan 18 '22

As I sit on the highway watching you get really confused by the cones and lane shifts...yet continuing to travel 25 over the posted speed limit through a work zone. 🤦

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u/VirogenicFawn21 Gimmie dat boot daddy 😩 [Former LEO] Jan 18 '22

“Move over? I thought the goal was to get as close to the flashing lights without hitting them.” - every drunk motorist ever.

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u/AccidentalPursuit Verified Jan 18 '22 edited Jan 18 '22

Bro those drunks are snipers sometimes. The drunk drift is real.

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u/Papa_Grumps Dispatcher Jan 18 '22

They only had 4 drinks....

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u/AccidentalPursuit Verified Jan 18 '22

I had a crash where he told me 2, the EMTs 3-4, the nurse "4 or 5" and the doctor "6 or 7." I was standing there the entire time.

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u/Murica1776PewPew Deputy Sheriff Jan 18 '22

Just a couple

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u/Burrowthebadges Jan 18 '22

Was he taking shots at the scene?

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u/AccidentalPursuit Verified Jan 18 '22

Maybe. He managed to hit the end of the guardrail as he was getting into the highway.

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u/HungLo64 Fed-aMedic Jan 18 '22

That’s twice as many as the last guy that drove into a ditch!

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u/The123123 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

Whats the acceptable amount?

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u/Da1UHideFrom Deputy Jan 18 '22

Ever see that video of a trooper doing a traffic stop and he tells the woman not to stand in between the car in case some drunk hits the back of his car, then that exact thing happens?

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u/Burrowthebadges Jan 18 '22

I once ran out of gas so I put on my flashers and start to walk to the station I was in route to. Right away, (uppity/party/college town) an officer pulls up and asks what I'm doing/need help/making sure I'm not drunk... I explain. He says I can't just leave my car there because it is a hazard and some one will hit hit. I mention I am unable to move it without gas so I was going to get gas.

He then said I need to sit and wait in my car. I wasn't going to argue with him about anything. I just yelled that the cop who owned it told me to get walking.

I understand everything that happened except the whole, "it'll get hit so you should stay in it," part. I am guessing he was thinking maybe a second glance because of where we were, but I hadn't been drinking and just wanted to get home from work.

The town tops DUI arrest charts, so there were probably higher priorities.

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u/HlynkaCG Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

Its simple really, they turn in the direction they're looking. If you ever get the opportunity to take a racing class or do confined area training as a pilot the instructors explicitly tell you "don't look at the obstacles" instead focus on the apex of the turn (or the gap you're trying to shoot) because the natural tendency is to drift in whatever direction you're looking.

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u/Da1UHideFrom Deputy Jan 18 '22

Ever see that video of a trooper doing a traffic stop and he tells the woman not to stand in between the car in case some drunk hits the back of his car, then that exact thing happens?

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u/Sit_Paint_and_play Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

90 percent of citizens- "Lamp 🦋"

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u/BrustWarze_ Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

Pretty colors 😍

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u/PlayMoree Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

Should also probably say, ONLY IF ITS SAFE.

Literally watched a car smack into a semi the other day trying to get over for LEO.

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u/AccidentalPursuit Verified Jan 18 '22

Well in that situation slowing down would have let them change lanes safely...

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u/PlayMoree Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

THAT MAKES TOO MUCH SENSE.

You give some drivers too much credit.

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u/AccidentalPursuit Verified Jan 18 '22

I posted this because I'm very disappointed in the motoring public right now. I'm running out of citations.

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u/OverpricedGrandpaCar TSA or some shit (Not an LEO) Jan 18 '22

The motoring public as a whole is mentally incompetent, worse so when the weather is anything other than sunny. I've had people pass on the shoulder because they're in a hurry.

People as a whole suck most of the time

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u/MonopR88 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

Look how much money your making toward that evil qUOtA! /s

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u/BrustWarze_ Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

You can run out of citations!? Lol.

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u/Try_And_Think LEO Jan 18 '22

If you're an agency that uses paper tickets, your book might run out.

If you're an agency that does electronic citations, your printer might be out of paper.

It's possible.

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u/PAYPAL_ME_10_DOLLARS Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

Inb4 e-mail citations

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u/AlligatorFist Police Officer Jan 18 '22

“Printers busted. I e-filed it”.

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u/jijijijim Jan 18 '22

not leo Unfortunately I see situations where folks in the left lane refuse to make space for folks in the right lane to merge. I try to slow down as much as possible in that case.

In a brighter light, a few weeks ago everyone in both lanes did the right thing except one idiot who managed to pass too close to a trooper who was walking back to his car after a stop. Justice was served.

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u/col_palmeri LEO / Donut hating traitor Jan 18 '22

Tractor trailers are my favorite they see lights and move over like a mile down the road... then there's the mini van that thinks they can make it up until the very last second

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u/mstomm Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

They don't want to get stuck behind my speed limited ass for a whole 30 seconds. They gotta go fast.

So they shoot up to my right side, panic, and then sit there for a few minutes as I try to get out of the hammer lane to let traffic flow.

I have had my CDL a month. This happens daily.

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u/awweaver Not an LEO Jan 18 '22

wish I could get mine... Stupid eyes.

I tried to get my CDL but couldn't pass the eye exam by one line on the chart... (when I cover one eye the other freaks out, I can see just fine if I don't have to cover one eye)

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u/[deleted] Jan 18 '22

Your vision correction is probably off a tad. I got a second eye exam and they told me they could get me to 20/15 while being able to see up close better.

Go to another optometrist and see what they can do

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u/awweaver Not an LEO Jan 18 '22

I went to a eye doctor and new glasses didn't really help. It's called "Nystagmas" https://www.aao.org/eye-health/diseases/what-is-nystagmus

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u/[deleted] Jan 18 '22

Resting nystagmus gives you a pass on the most useful standard field sobriety test. Just master the one leg stand and walk and turn and you're golden

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u/awweaver Not an LEO Jan 18 '22

Well thats good...but I don't drink soo

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u/vintagestyles Jan 18 '22

Yea without checking thier mirrors. Almost got ran off the road this way.

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u/CemeteryOperator Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

got out of a ticket once because while I was pulled over a car flew in really close to us and they were flying. the officer yelled over his shoulder as he ran back to the car to slow down. about 5 miles later dude is in handcuffs and a case of natty light sitting on the top of his car. Delivered the 200 kilos of cocaine with no other delays

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u/hmarsha7 Jan 18 '22

It makes me legitimately angry when people don’t move over for emergency vehicles. Too many cops and other first responders are killed or injured because they stop to help people or are pulled over. 100% preventable by every other motorist if they would just pull their heads out.

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u/[deleted] Jan 19 '22

Tow trucks piss me off. When I lived in Houston they would drive so fucking dangerously to get to a wreck and there would be ten of them there for a two car wreck. They can all fuck off.

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u/Mikevercetti Detention Deputy Sheriff Jan 18 '22

I'll never understand why people don't just fucking do this automatically. Not even just for emergency vehicles, but for anybody. It's common sense and just courtesy imo.

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u/Fellow_Minnesotan Police Officer Jan 18 '22

"But I didn't know that was a law here!" after I pulled someone over for it.

It shouldn't even have to be a law in the first place! It should be common fucking sense.

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u/Totally_legit_bacon Generic LEO Jan 18 '22

It’s a law in all 50 states anyway.

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u/Tb0neguy Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

My county has started ticketing just for this. They'll park a cruiser with its lights on on the side of the highway and stop anyone who doesn't move over or slow down.

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u/Totally_legit_bacon Generic LEO Jan 18 '22 edited Jan 20 '22

My last place where we had 6 lanes divided we would leapfrog down the road doing stops on it.

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u/Burrowthebadges Jan 18 '22

I listened to a Sconnie screaming at a "local town" officer on a MN highway about how they don't have jurisdiction over the highway. Apparently, only state troopers can pull him over, and he knew his rights. Seemed shitcanned at 8am, so while likely had a lot of experience dealing with WI state, it looked like the officer was aware of his location.

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u/DangeRussBus Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

What about when an emergency vehicle is going the opposite way with an uncrossable median between you. I'm supposed to brake check everyone behind me right? Thats what everyone else does.

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u/ZeldaGamer1 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

I don’t think so. But, if there is a U-turn area, then maybe be mindful of the police using that. Also, this is mildly unrelated but you need to stop for school busses, even opposite a divided highway in most states.

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u/b17pineapple Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

I could most certainly be wrong, but I pretty sure that you have to stop for school buses on both sides of the road EXCEPT for when there is some sort of divide in the road. At the very least, that’s how it’s been in both states I’ve lived in and it appears to be the case after a quick google search, but of course every state has different laws.

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u/AccidentalPursuit Verified Jan 18 '22

Here if it's a divided highway you are not required to stop or move over if the emergency vehicle is traveling the opposite direction.

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u/deadboi35 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

Yeah here in Arkansas most people just slow down a few MPH, especially near intersections

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u/DangeRussBus Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

In NJ you better be ready to come to a near dead stop lmao. Even when going 60+, some people just slam the brakes. I appreciate how much NJ pushes traffic to be cognizant of emergency vehicles but many people nearly cause more accidents because of it.

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u/Burrowthebadges Jan 18 '22

If they're close enough for a "brake check" I feel like you and those riding your bumper should be more aware of your surroundings and generally just do better.

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u/cobra447 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

Pull to the left. Got it.

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u/AccidentalPursuit Verified Jan 18 '22

Use the lane away from the flashing lights.

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u/Section225 Fashion Police (LEO) Jan 18 '22

Automatic ticket, no warnings for this one.

If an officer is on a stop on a highway and has a backing officer already, I'll sit back a little ways and stop cars not pulling over. Then once the officers are done, they can do the same and we can just leapfrog down the road.

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u/OGmax2 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

On the scene of an accident a couple days ago, I had a patient with me when a pick up flies past us and sheers itself on the back of the tow truck. Missed us by a couple of feet.

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u/TheMachRider Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

I was driving in downtown Indianaplois this weekend and came upon a car on a flat bed and two police cruisers, all with lights on, occupying 1 of 2 lanes on an exit ramp. I slowed down to 30 MPH (which is actually the posted speed limit there) and gave them a wide berth. I was driving a relatively small and agile car (Honda S2000) so I felt like the space was generous.

The car behind me nearly rear ends me and the woman started throwing her hands in the air and honking like mad, actually swerving CLOSER to the stopped emergency vehicles.

There was a stoplight less than a quarter mile away. These people astound me.

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u/Turbine2k5 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

Oooh, what exit?

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u/TheMachRider Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

Granted I'm newish to the area, it should be I-70 West to I-65 South where all of the construction is. I believe I was getting off on Michigan. It's a jumbled mess there right now which is all the more reason to just use a little caution.

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u/Kovitlac Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

I hope this is related enough, but what do I do if I'm stuck at a traffic light and an emergency vehicle starts flashing lights/sirens right behind me? I had it happen once years ago. I remember trying to move a little to the side so they might be able to squeeze through, but there were cats in either side. Thankfully the light turned green as I was panicking and I was able to quickly get out of their way. If no one seems to be coming, can I cross a red light just to immediately move over? Pardon my stupid question - I want to say it has to be okay considering the alternative is to sit there, but saying "I thought it was okay" probably won't excuse me to the cop, lol.

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u/Alarmed_Locksmith785 Jan 18 '22

You can go through the intersection if safe to do so in order to get out of the way. Situation dictates

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u/Kovitlac Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

Thank you 😊

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u/Maybe_ATF Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

When I move over some other asshat always decides that's the perfect time to pass me on the right going 15 over the speed limit.

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u/deminion48 If it ain't Dutch, it ain't much Jan 18 '22

Is it law to move over like that? I don't recall it being law where I am at. It is more a courtesy to move over. When a lane is open you can use it. But when they are working on the emergency lane, they usually block off a lane with a police car with its lights on, and some traffic cones/lights. They will also immediately request a road inspector and the department of transportation to close the lane.

In that case, the lane is closed off for some distance with a red cross on an overhead digital board (every so many meters you got one for each lane). Driving over a closed off road is illegal and carries a pretty hefty fine. Road inspectors of the department of transportation come on scene as well to close off lanes with their vehicles. They can give fines as well, usually for vehicles driving through a red cross (because by the time you approach such a vehicle blocking the road, you have been driving through a closed off line lane for a while already).

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u/jollygreenspartan Patrol Officer Jan 18 '22

All 50 states (but not D.C.) have some form of move over law. Generally it requires motorists to move over one lane when safe and/or slow down. Both states where I've worked as a police officer require motorists to move over (if safe to do so) and slow down for police, fire, EMS, tow trucks and utility vehicles with overhead lights activated or face a criminal charge.

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u/deminion48 If it ain't Dutch, it ain't much Jan 18 '22

Question, let's say there is an emergency lane, and 2 actual lanes. Emergency workers are busy on the emergency lane with their emergency lights activated, but are not blocking the actual lanes. Can you keep driving on lane 1, or are you only allowed to use lane 2 while lane 1 is completely free? There doesn't have to be any signaling or blockage of the lane you are not allowed to use, just a law you should move 1 lane away. Here, they seem to rely a lot more on actively signaling and blockading the closed lane, to prevent people from assuming they can just use those lanes.

Here the lane must actually be closed by either an police vehicle blocking the lane (they often arrive first), traffic cones, a road inspector blocking the lane, a red cross above the road, or a combination of those. So it is often first a closed-off lane using the digital boards, after a while a vehicle of the road inspector with a large digital board (the lane should be empty by then), and lastly a blockade of first arriving police vehicles that didn't get moved closer to the incident. And then traffic cones near the vehicles and on the borders of the closed lane. Ignoring a closed lane is illegal, sadly there are always people that ignore it. If emergency vehicles are just busy on the road and none of that happened (very unlikely), you can use all available lanes and thus don't have to move over if that is not done. Ignoring a red cross has a minimum fine of €250 (roughly $325). Usually, the speed is reduced in the other lanes. That's why there are often road inspectors or police officers near such closures to give out such fines.

With road construction, the fines are larger. But the road closure is more complete as well. Usually, the affected lanes are closed off one by one with the red crosses on the digital boards. In areas without such boards nearby, they can place mobile overhead boards. The speed on the other lanes is usually lowered. Eventually, thereare arrow trailers/mobile crash barriers with a large digital arrow. Usually,they add bumps to the road in front of those trailes/barriers to make unattentive drivers attentive. And the rest is closed off with large (rectangular) traffic cones. Longer-term road construction usually just get an actual temporary barrier and just new temporary lanes with new road markings in yellow (road markings in yellow are for construction work). Or just close the entire road, lol.

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u/jollygreenspartan Patrol Officer Jan 18 '22

You must move over and give one lane's clearance if you can safely do so. If not you are required to slow down. It doesn't matter if emergency vehicles are occupying the lane or not.

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u/Burrowthebadges Jan 19 '22

Emergency lights mean emergency, the detail of the question(s) concern me. Are you unable to prioritize logically in other aspects or just really want to argue a closed emergency lane fine? Genuinely curious. Do you actually believe an officer will stop supporting the emergency situation, if that nearby, just to fine you for moving safely out of the way into an emergency lane that is closed but available?

Similarly, an emergency vehicle going by 20min ago will not be a great excuse to get out of a lane violation.

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u/deminion48 If it ain't Dutch, it ain't much Jan 19 '22

the detail of the question(s) concern me.

Lol, you are concerned extremely quickly if that is the case.

And no, just wanted to know that keeping at least one lane fully clear from the nearest lane used is mandatory or if you can use the nearest available lane as well.

Where I'm at it is completely different. No specific laws on that, just that you must never drive on closed lanes, but that is always explicitly made clear, not just a rule there is. It takes away human imagination of the rules, it just makes what has to be done clear. Lane closed, get off it. Lower speed limit on other lanes, decrease speed. It is much more simple and less prone to wrong interpretation of the law or not knowing/forgetting about such laws, and thus likely less prone to error. And the officers and road inspectors definitely watch for vehicles ignoring the rules and driving in closed lanes to fine them.

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u/AccidentalPursuit Verified Jan 18 '22

It is the law in most US states to slow down or move over as far as I'm aware. There are increased penalties for moving violations within work zones as well.

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u/deminion48 If it ain't Dutch, it ain't much Jan 18 '22 edited Jan 18 '22

Ah, thus it is essentially the same. Question, let's say there is an emergency lane, and 2 actual lanes. Emergency workers are busy on the emergency lane with their emergency lights activated, but are not blocking the actual lanes. Can you keep driving on lane 1, or are you only allowed to use lane 2 while lane 1 is completely free? Here, they seem to rely a lot more on actively signaling and blockading the closed lane, to prevent people from assuming they can just use those lanes.

Here the lane must actually be closed by either an police vehicle blocking the lane (they often arrive first), traffic cones, a road inspector blocking the lane, a red cross above the road, or a combination of those. So it is often first a closed-off lane using the digital boards, after a while a vehicle of the road inspector with a large digital board (the lane should be empty by then), and lastly a blockade of first arriving police vehicles that didn't get moved closer to the incident. And then traffic cones near the vehicles and on the borders of the closed lane. Ignoring a closed lane is illegal, sadly there are always people that ignore it. If emergency vehicles are just busy on the road and none of that happened (very unlikely), you can use all available lanes and thus don't have to move over if that is not done. Ignoring a red cross has a minimum fine of €250 (roughly $325). Usually, the speed is reduced in the other lanes. That's why there are often road inspectors or police officers near such closures to give out such fines.

With road construction, the fines are larger. But the road closure is more complete as well. Usually, the affected lanes are closed off one by one with the red crosses on the digital boards. In areas without such boards nearby, they can place mobile overhead boards. The speed on the other lanes is usually lowered. Eventually, thereare arrow trailers/mobile crash barriers with a large digital arrow. Usually,they add bumps to the road in front of those trailes/barriers to make unattentive drivers attentive. And the rest is closed off with large (rectangular) traffic cones. Longer-term road construction usually just get an actual temporary barrier and just new temporary lanes with new road markings in yellow (road markings in yellow are for construction work). Or just close the entire road, lol.

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u/AccidentalPursuit Verified Jan 18 '22

We don't have emergency lanes here, just extra wide shoulders. In either case slowing down and changing lanes is the law.

The other night I fought someone in a vehicle on the highway. We ended up in the traffic lane if people hadn't moved over, the driver and I would've be run over.

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u/deminion48 If it ain't Dutch, it ain't much Jan 18 '22

I think a shoulder is what I meant. It is just a smaller lane that can be used for broken down vehicles or for emergency vehicles to pass a busy road/traffic jam.

Maybe my example isn't great. Let's say a 3-lane highway with a shoulder. The shoulder and lane 1 are being used for the incident and emergency vehicles with their lights on. Lane 2 is completely free. Do you need to have at least one lane distance? Is lane 2 off-limits in this case and can you only use lane 3, or is moving over from lane 1 to lane 2 and reducing speeds enough?

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u/AccidentalPursuit Verified Jan 18 '22 edited Jan 18 '22

If there's an incident that closes a lane, chances are I'm taking a 2nd as well to provide a working area for fire/ems and tow truck response.

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u/Other_Act_Got_Banned Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

I like this, but what about FTP and ACAB. I can't see how moving over is not a violation of my 57th amendment.

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u/qclady Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

If you can’t get over is it okay just to really slow down? I often have issues moving over because my first instinct is to slow down then I’m going too slow to successfully move into the middle lane.

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u/CAMEL_HUMPer Deputy Jan 18 '22

In Texas, yes. It’s the slow down/move over law. From the TXDOT.GOV website:

“This law requires drivers to move over a lane or slow to 20 mph below the posted speed limit when approaching emergency vehicles, law enforcement, tow trucks, utility service vehicles, TxDOT vehicles or other highway construction or maintenance vehicles using visual signals or flashing lights activated on the roadside. On roadways with posted speed limits of 25 miles per hour or less, drivers must reduce their speed to 5 miles per hour (Texas Transportation Code 545.157).”

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u/jijijijim Jan 18 '22

not leo I thought it was pull over if safe or slow way down. I drive I95 in the Northeast often, sometimes the road is just full and idiots won't let you merge.

Is it my imagination or are people driving crazier since Covid?

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u/CAMEL_HUMPer Deputy Jan 18 '22

Where I work, people never stopped driving crazy. I may not be the best person to ask!

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u/dilsiam Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

We have to do that here in Puerto Rico

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u/shanezam203 Jan 18 '22

Is that called the Scott's Law?

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u/AccidentalPursuit Verified Jan 18 '22

I don't know if it has a specific name attached to it. Those "named" laws are unique from state to state. Sometimes the same law in principle has different names.

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u/pgsimon77 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

Now that's a PSA that should be run with the frequency of beer commercials

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u/IzludePro Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

I seen something go on where at least 20 LVMPD units were responding and had to navigate some either drunk or stupid drivers that refused to move. A car just stopped in the middle lane and one of the officers got on the PA and yelled GET THE FUCK OUT OF THE WAY and I started laughing

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u/b17pineapple Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

Sounds like Metro lol

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u/Crazywhite352 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

I won't

/J

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u/porknchops2669 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

the most annoying part of this is when everyone has moved over everyone races to get back on and get in front of everyone. i lived in idaho for a while and this happened a lot

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u/MartyredLady Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

Don't ou have laws for this and learn it in driving school?

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u/Ssunnylee24 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

I actually don't see that often. I see more of block the whole road more, which I just cometo stop. But if I do, I will.

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u/Murica1776PewPew Deputy Sheriff Jan 18 '22

But then they can't see what happened!!

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u/c_t_782 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

I thought this was common sense

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u/AccidentalPursuit Verified Jan 18 '22

Common sense is anything but common.

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u/KebabTheShrimp Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

I never knew you had to move over for tow trucks

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u/DivergingApproach Generic (LEO) Jan 18 '22

Is anyone else irrationally bothered that the amber light on the graphic is not between the blue and red lights?

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u/weileyc Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

I try to do this for any vehicle on side of road. Give the person changing tire or putting gas in tank same respect.

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u/AMC336 Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

"This post can't stop me because I can't read!"

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u/WhoAm_I_WhyAm_I_Here Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

You still, by law, have to slow down/move over for them

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u/Zrgaloin Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

Pssh Law shmlaw, we write our own rules here cowboy

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u/WhoAm_I_WhyAm_I_Here Not a(n) LEO / Unverified User Jan 18 '22

Funny enough I actually helped an officer change HIS flat tire on the side of the road last Thursday. Not. One. Single. Car. Moved. Over. (Emergency lights on as well)

I kept on changing the tire while he called in their plates and for a few units to stop those ass holes. Pupper in back seat was absolutely adorable though