While driving around New Hampshire you might see a huge vehicle with a very important message.

The 53-foot tractor-trailer was high above the highway, sitting perfectly centered on the overpass for all oncoming traffic to see at the Portsmouth Traffic Circle on Route 16 North in New Hampshire.

New Hampshire Towing Association via Facebook
New Hampshire Towing Association via Facebook
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This same trailer, donated by National Wrecker, made its way around the Granite State, stopping at the six Travel Center locations in Southern New Hampshire.

The NH Towing Association is making drivers aware of the Move Over Law, which directs all drivers to slow down and move over to the next lane when there's a vehicle on the side of the road.  This allows police, rescuers, and tow truck operators to help with roadside assistance and keep them safe from passing vehicles.

New Hampshire Towing Association via Facebook
New Hampshire Towing Association via Facebook
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New Hampshire's Towing Association, in conjunction with the New Hampshire State Police, is taking it one step further by using this giant billboard tractor-trailer to spread the message beyond just one day.

Detailed by Motoring Images of Lee, New Hampshire, the wrapped trailer calls attention to this important law.

New Hampshire Towing Association via Facebook
New Hampshire Towing Association via Facebook
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According to the NH Towing Association Facebook page, The Move Over Law has been adopted in all 50 states, but 70% of drivers don't know it exists.  The law is enforced on all roadways, not just highways.

The Facebook page also states that about 70 first responders are killed each year while helping drivers on the roads.

New Hampshire Towing Association via Facebook
New Hampshire Towing Association via Facebook
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It's also the New Hampshire Towing Association's 50th Anniversary.  The Association works with state and local law enforcement, as well as state legislation, to improve laws and roadside emergency operations.

So, next time you see a first responder or broken-down vehicle on the roadside, slow down and move over.   Thank you, New Hampshire Towing Association, for spreading the word.

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