Move Over crusade intends to secure law implementation officers Canon City Daily Record

“More than 150 officers have been killed since 1999 after being truck by vehicles
Sarah Matott/ Daily Record A squad car for the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office was severely damaged from the back during an accident Feb. 2 on U.S. 50.
The Cau00f1on City Police Department, the Florence Police Department and the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office are three out of 24 agencies across the state participating in a new campaign that aims to educate motorists about the “Move Over” law.
The “Move Over” law, which was made into Colorado law in 2005, requires drivers approaching stationary emergency vehicles that are displaying flashing lights, traveling in the same direction, to vacate the lane closest, if safe and possible to do so.
The law not only applies to law enforcement and fire departments but also tow trucks and road crews.
According to the website for the national “Move Over” campaign, more than 150 law enforcement officers have been killed since 1999 after being struck.”

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Colorados awful streets are costing drivers more than disappointment and stress Canon City Daily Record

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Colorado’s bad roads are costing drivers more than frustration and stress
Deteriorating, congested and unsafe roads and bridges are costing Colorado drivers a total of $6.8 billion a
ually in additional vehicle maintenance, fuel and accelerated vehicle depreciation overall. According to a report released Wednesday by TRIP, a national transportation research group based in Washington, D.C., each Denver driver spends 49 hours stuck in traffic and $2,162 each year on additional vehicle operating costs with other Colorado motorists falling shortly behind. Related Articles Editorial: A Republican roadblock on Colorado transportation funding

19 states have raised gas taxes since 2013. In Colorado, Republicans want to cut them.”

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Colorados terrible streets are costing drivers more than dissatisfaction and stress Canon City Daily Record

“Print Email Font Resize Font Resize
Colorado’s bad roads are costing drivers more than frustration and stress
Deteriorating, congested and unsafe roads and bridges are costing Colorado drivers a total of $6.8 billion a
ually in additional vehicle maintenance, fuel and accelerated vehicle depreciation overall. According to a report released Wednesday by TRIP, a national transportation research group based in Washington, D.C., each Denver driver spends 49 hours stuck in traffic and $2,162 each year on additional vehicle operating costs with other Colorado motorists falling shortly behind. Related Articles Editorial: A Republican roadblock on Colorado transportation funding

19 states have raised gas taxes since 2013. In Colorado, Republicans want to cut them.”

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