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Correction 9-4-08

September 4, 2008
Times Observer

In Tuesday's article concerning motorists moving over while police are making traffic stops, the Times Observer stated the law dealt with four-lane roads. Pennsylvania State Police have since pointed out that the law pertains to all roadways. Even when approaching a traffic stop on a two-lane or rural roadway, drivers are required to move to the adjacent lane, if possible.

 
 

 

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