By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Drivers in Pennsylvania, be warned. Fines for failing to move over are going up.

The new “Move Over” law goes into effect on Tuesday.

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It requires motorists to move into the farthest lane when a vehicle is stopped or disabled. That includes ambulances, police and sheriff’s cars, tow trucks, and anyone else.

If a motorist can’t safely move over, they have to slow down 20 miles per hour below the speed limit.

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“I cannot stress enough the importance of motorists doing their part. No one wants to see another person lose their life,” Pennsylvania State Trooper Jessica Tobin said.

It’s a $500 fine for the first offense and $1,000 for the second.

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Third and subsequent offenses are at least $2,000, and a 90-day license suspension.