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.
PSP also pointed out that the law covers more than police stops. The law also applies to fire personnel, ambulance personnel and even tow truck drivers stopped along a roadway.