Drive with Care
Your Car Weighs Up to Two Tons.
A Cone Won’t Slow it Down. Your Right Foot Will.
A Cone Zone is all about control…
Three Simple Acts Can Save a Worker’s Life.
Thousands of roadside workers are depending on drivers to keep control of their vehicle in a Cone Zone. Here’s what they want you to do:
- Slow down and drive with extreme care near a Cone Zone.
- Stay alert and minimize distractions.
- Think about every cone as if a human being were standing behind it.
How to Drive Safely in a Cone Zone
- Plan your route and allow extra travel time.
- Expect the unexpected and don’t tailgate.
- Slow down to posted speed limits and pay attention.
- Allow extra space between your vehicle and the one in front of you.
Keep your eyes (and ears) on the road
- Never use a cell phone or text while driving.
- Follow sign and flag directions.
- Get to know the work zone signs.
Show respect for roadside workers
- Make eye contact.
- Keep your cool and be patient.
- Slow down even if you don’t see anyone working. Hazards such as traffic shifts or lane reductions may appear suddenly.
Slow Down and Move Over Law Protects Roadside Workers
Use these promotional materials to promote the Slow Down and Move Over message within your workplace or community.Read More
Quiz for All Drivers
Take the roadside safety quiz. It’s a fun way to test your knowledge about how to drive safely in roadside work zones.Read More
The real story. Learn more about what it is like to work in a Cone Zone.Read More