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Local towing software company urges drivers to slow down and move over

Local towing software company urges drivers to slow down and move over

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By Aley Davis, KSL TV
 |  Posted Jul 11th, 2018 @ 6:28pm

 


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LEHI — An area towing software company, Omadi, has teamed up with Utah Highway Patrol to proportion a distinct message for drivers: to slow down and move over when employees or first responders are at the facet of the street.

Omadi launched a heart-throbbing video of a towing operator who did not come house to his circle of relatives one evening after operating roadside.

The “Slow Down & Move Over” campaign is designed to remind drivers that at the back of each and every roadside assistant is a circle of relatives looking ahead to them to come house.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics mentioned a minimum of 3 other people die every day whilst operating roadside — from highway building and tow operators to first responders.

UHP is reminding drivers that obeying the legislation by way of merely slowing down and transferring over to the following lane may just save a lifestyles.

According to Omadi, one tow operator dies each and every six days, one police officer dies each and every month and 5 firefighters are killed roadside in America.

“We hope that these efforts will curb the loss of lives by increasing public awareness,” mentioned Charles Lukens, CEO of Omadi.

Local towing software company urges drivers to slow down and move over

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