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1.8 million-pound oversize load set to move through Arizona
Class C permits help oversize loads travel safely through the state.
When you see flashing lights, “Move Over”
Today we've provided a refresher on the "Move Over" law and a preview of overhead highways you'll be seeing.
Freeway parade reminds motorists to 'Move Over'
An upcoming freeway parade will highlight the importance of Arizona's 'Move Over' law.'move-over'
Driving Safety Home: Arizona's Move Over law
Arizona's Move Over law is designed to protect all drivers and those who work on or next to our roads.'s-move-over-law
Move Over AZ: Every Vehicle, Every Time
There’s something really simple you can do to help prevent a serious danger out on our highways and roads – want to know what it is?
‘Move Over’ law protects motorists, roadside personnel
Every day, AAA assists more than 1,200 stranded drivers across the state. For these motorists and the roadside assistance workers who help them, being stuck alongside a busy highway can be a scary and potentially dangerous experience ...
"Move Over" law now covers all vehicles on the side of the road
Ever been stuck on the side of the road? Perhaps a flat tire was to blame, or maybe an overheated engine forced you to pull over. Whatever the reason, most will agree the side of a busy freeway is not the ideal parking spot.
Tow truck parade kicks off Move Over Awareness Day
You may have already seen this safety message, but it's no less important than the first time it was posted.
With projects underway in high country, be sure to ‘Move Over’ in work zones
A safety campaign geared toward northern Arizona will feature safety messages on overhead signs and on ADOT’s social media channels.
ADOT urges drivers to slow down, move over in highway work zones
Following the tragic death of a highway maintenance worker in South Carolina earlier this week, ADOT is reminding drivers to move over and slow down in highway work zones…

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