Pilot-car drivers escorting oversized loads are authorized to stop traffic when needed. To earn that responsibility, they first must take eight hours of training and pass a written test to be certified by the state.
Pilot-car drivers escorting oversized loads are authorized to stop traffic when needed. To earn that responsibility, they first must take eight hours of training and pass a written test to be certified by the state. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald file, 2014
Pilot-car drivers escorting oversized loads are authorized to stop traffic when needed. To earn that responsibility, they first must take eight hours of training and pass a written test to be certified by the state. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald file, 2014

Traffic Q&A: Can those pilot-car drivers really boss me around?

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