Idaho H 106 – Amends existing law to provide that a driver shall slow down and move over upon approaching any stationary vehicle displaying flashing lights or emergency hazard lights


Bill Location:
IdahoSenate
Bill Title:

Amends existing law to provide that a driver shall slow down and move over upon approaching any stationary vehicle displaying flashing lights or emergency hazard lights

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NMA Recommendation:
Support

UPDATE March 12, 2019: The Senate voted 32 – 0 – 1 in favor of passage. H 106 was then passed back to the House.

H 106 was introduced in the House on February 7, 2019. Upon its third reading on February 25th, it passed a 55 – 14 -1 floor vote and was referred to the Senate. On February 26th, the bill was referred to the Senate Transportation Committee.

The bill would amend the current “move over” law which required vehicles passing a stationary authorized emergency vehicle with flashing light to do so slowly or to move over a lane where possible. H 106 would make that requirement universal, i.e., applicable to other types of service vehicles displaying flashing lights such as tow trucks, highway maintenance vehicles, utility maintenance vehicles and a vehicle with its emergency hazard lights activated.

 

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