Maryland Governor Wes Moore has declared this week as Crash Responder Safety Week and are urging drivers to obey the state’s Move Over Law. The governor says drivers play a critical role in keeping responders safe on the roadways and drivers should move over and slow down when approaching traffic incidents and emergencies. Since 2020, there have been 48 incidents of vehicles striking State Highway Administration trucks while tending to traffic incidents, including 17 this year. Violating the Move Over Law is a misdemeanor carrying a fine of 110-dollars and one point on a motorist’s driver’s license. If the violation causes a crash, the fine is 150-dollars and three points and if there’s a death or serious injury, it’s a 750-dollar fine and three points.