In Montana, it's the law to slow down and move over when you see the lights of a stationary emergency, towing or maintenance vehicle. The move over law is required to be observed on all Montana roadways open to the public. When unable to move over, you are required to slow down by at least 20 mph. Not only is this the law, but taking these simple steps could save a life and it is your moral responsibility as a driver on Montana's roadways to move over. The lives of emergency and road assistance workers are put on the line to do their jobs and they depend on motorists paying attention, slowing down, and moving over. Emergency scenes are complicated and there is always more going on than other motorists on the road can see or appreciate. For example, officers, fire, and EMS personnel may be tending to injured people, communicating with other emergency responders, assessing injuries, and controlling the scene, among other duties. These responders don't have time to have to continuously look over their shoulders to stay safe. Move over and slow down. It's the law.