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Police to enforce ‘move over’ law this long weekend

Police will be out in full force this Simcoe Day long weekend reminding drivers about the 'Move Over' law.

Published July 26, 2011


<p>On top of the usual holiday enforcement campaigns, provincial police will be out in force this Civic long weekend reminding drivers about the “Move Over” law.</p>
<p>The law requires drivers to slow down and proceed with caution when passing an emergency vehicle parked on the side of the highway with its lights activated.</p>
<p>If the highway has more than one lane, motorists are required to move over a lane.</p>
<p>The fine for breaking the “Move Over” law ranges from $400 to $2,000. </p>
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