'Move Over' law warnings issued in South Brunswick

Police in South Brunswick are educating drivers about the "Move Over" law.

The 2-year-old law requires drivers to switch lanes or slow down when police or emergency vehicles are pulled over in the shoulder.

The South Brunswick Police Department has set up a scenario with a police car and tow truck stopped in the shoulder. Anyone who doesn't move over or slow down will be pulled over and given a warning.

Five hundred warnings have been issued already. Next week, police will start handing out $120 tickets.

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