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Courtesy on the roads in N.D.

August 11, 2013

Rodney Peterson, Minot When you’re out on the road and you happen to come upon an emergency vehicle (including tow trucks), North Dakota state law requires drivers approaching an authorized emergenc......

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Legend

Aug-16-13 10:20 PM

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Legend

Aug-16-13 10:19 PM

Good advice. When i pull off of the highway, i usually put the right side tires in the grass and off of the shoulder to provide an extra margin of safety. So many times i have seen an HP vehicle on the shoulder with their door open and it reaches to the edge of the driving lane. In tight four lane traffic it can be impossible to see parked vehicles until you are upon them. Instead of correcting their behavior, the HP started the move left stuff. They should educate stopped drivers to get as far off the road as is safe.

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