What to do in Colorado? & # 39; move on & # 39; The laws mean to you?

It has long been the traffic rules, drivers must move emergency vehicles. In Colorado, it's the law. It has been almost two years. Now, the violation of this law will be implemented more stringent than before. The last session ended with the proposal of legislation – Senate Bill 229 – about how to make imprudent management of close to MOE, tow trucks and utility vehicles that harm offenses 1 class. The sentence will punish 12 to 18 months in prison and a fine of $ 5,000.

The Senate notes the battle troops killed
Legislators have developed a bill that now sits on the governor's desk and waiting for his signature after the death couple Colorado Colorado patrol troopers in separate accidents that occurred at the end of last year. Legislators passed the law even called "the law of movement Cody" after one of the two soldiers who were killed in a few days one at the end of last year.

Tractor trailer struck and killed Trooper Cody Donahue 25 November 2016 on Interstate 25 near the Castle Rock, Colorado. At this time Donanue responded to another incident on the side of the highway. Less than two weeks earlier, drunk driver, who returned home from a football game in Denver Bronkase, ran for the commander "Zhamiry Yursevichav" when she tried to fill it on I-25 in Castle Rock. The offender over four times to verify the legitimacy border alcohol.

Careless driving crackdown
The legislation is widely expected to sign the governor, also threatened punishment for careless handling of the vehicle, which resulted in a violation of the rules of the first class to a class 6 felony, which would provide for a sentence of 12-18 months and a fine, which may amount to up to 100 000 dollars.

When they are approaching emergency vehicles and tow trucks, Colorado motorists should "act with care and caution and yield the right track, moving in a band at least one movable strip". The new law also includes utility vehicles. "To move to Cody Law" will come into force on September 1, 2017, just in time for all this traffic on the highway for the weekend of Labor Day.

Unfortunately, we are all too familiar with the consequences of this kind of catastrophic injuries and losses. As we approach the summer season management, help those who are helping us get to the ambulance drivers of tow trucks and possibly trucks parked on the roadside.

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