HARRISBURG – Changes made to PA’s Move Over Law went into effect today. Lt. Col. Scott Price of the PA State Police says the updated law requires drivers to change lanes when approaching an emergency response area. The updated law include a new point system for violators and sets a fine of $500 for first-time offenders, $1,000 for a second offense, and $2,000 plus 90-day license suspension for a third or subsequent offense. Drivers must change lanes or slow down when approaching disabled vehicles when at least two emergency displays, such as vehicle hazard lamps, road flares, and/or cones or caution signs are present. The updated law comes as this is National Work Zone Awareness Week. For more information on PA’s updated Move Over Law, visit PennDOT.gov/Safety.