Tow Truck Driver Killed In Crash While Picking Up Vehicle On Route 50, State Police SayA tow truck driver was killed in a crash while picking up a vehicle on Route 50 in Prince George's County Wednesday night, Maryland State Police said.
2 State Highway Administration Vehicles Hit In Maryland In 2 Days, Agency SaysThe Maryland State Highway Administration is urging drivers to follow the state's "Move Over" law following two crashes in two days involving its vehicles.
Tow Truck Driver Killed In Prince George's County Hit-And-Run Identified As David AlvarezA tow truck driver hit and killed while helping a motorist with a flat tire has been identified as 63-year-old David Reinerio Pineda Alvarez.
Maryland State Trooper's Facebook Reminder For 'Move Over' Law Goes ViralA State Trooper in Prince George's County is going viral for his reminder for all drivers to move over. 
17K Drivers Pulled Over For Violating 'Move Over Law' Since Expansion Last YearIt's been one year since the Move Over Law was expanded to include transportation, service and utility vehicles. 
Even A Year After Maryland's 'Move Over' Law Expanded, Motorists Don't Know It ExistsMaryland's "move over" law has been in effect since 2010, but nine years later state police officials said they continue to remind motorists about the law -- even a year after it was expanded beyond police cars to other emergency vehicles and tow trucks.
Community Remembers Man Killed While Assisting Disabled VehicleA 51-year-old volunteer firefighter who was working as a tow truck driver was struck and killed along I-95 after responding to help another vehicle.
Distracted Drivers Increasingly A Danger For Emergency CrewsEmergency crews are often the first to arrive after a crash, but distracted drivers are increasingly becoming a danger.
WJZ Hits The Road For A Front Seat View Of Move Over Law EnforcementMaryland Transportation Authority and state police are cracking down on Maryland’s Move Over Law. It requires motorists approaching an emergency vehicle while stopped on a highway to make a change to an available lane if possible.
New Law Puts Tow Trucks In Md. 'Move Over' CategoryTowing the line. Maryland already requires drivers to change lanes or slow down for emergency vehicles stopped, standing or parked on highways.
Drivers May Soon Have To Move Over For Tow Truck OperatorsMaryland drivers may soon be required to move over for tow truck operators. The House and Senate have both passed bills requiring drivers to use the same safety maneuvers for tow trucks that apply to police emergency vehicles.