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Norah's Law


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It's not just First Responders and Tow Truck Operators. The Move Over Laws should include disabled vehicles otherwise the message is not as strong. Problem is there are so many abandoned vehicles on the Interstates and Highways. If motorist would just slow down if they are unable to move over.




Norah's Law seeks to expand Indiana’s move-over laws to include all disabled vehicles stopped on an emergency berm, not just emergency vehicles.


Norah’s law is a proposed law that is long overdue. Norah's legacy will live on and she will save the life of the next Norah Owens.


We aim to get Indiana lawmakers to adopt the same bill passed in Maryland that went into effect on October 1, 2022: Beginning October 1, 2022, the Move Over Law in Maryland was expanded to require motorists to make a lane change or slow down when approaching any stopped, standing, or parked vehicle displaying warning signals – including hazard warning lights, road flares, or other caution signals including traffic cones, caution signs, or non-vehicular warning signs. The expanded law is in place to protect law enforcement, emergency responders, and any motorist that may encounter a roadside emergency and must stop near travel lanes.


Visit Norahslaw.com to learn more.

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