Nine years ago the state passed the Move Over/Slow Down law, for police cars, ambulances and fire trucks that are on the side of the road, with their lights flashing. But many drivers may not know that last September the law was expanded to include tow trucks.
Camera video from a tow-truck shows two men rushing toward the truck. One man reaches into his jacket. The truck driver says it was a gun and he had no choice but to defend himself.
Nine-year-old Macie Hooten died Wednesday night when a tow truck slammed into her family’s stalled car. The tow truck driver who hit them said it was so dark, he didn’t see the family’s car until it was too late.
A horrible car crash along the service road of Highway 121 killed a 9-year-old girl and left her mother and sister in the hospital.
Two people are dead after a shootout in Dallas involving a tow truck driver. The incident erupted Friday morning at the Casa Place Apartments.
Drivers could face new penalties for passing tow trucks on the highways if they don’t slow down or change lanes under a new bill passed in the state House.
A controversial piece of new legislation could cost drivers their ride if they are caught without a license.
When you’re stuck on the side of the road with a flat tire and see the lights of the tow truck, you feel relief. But when you’re parked illegally and see those same lights, the reaction is much different.
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