Proceed With Caution When Farm Equipment is on the Road – Raccoon Valley Radio

With spring weather arriving in Iowa, motorists will begin to see farm equipment on the road and need to proceed with caution. 
Guthrie County Sheriff Marty Arganbright says motorists need to have patience (the way you had this word, it is like a medical patient) when behind farm machinery on the road. 
“To wait till it’s a legal passing zone and even though they’re going slow, that’s what they do and they’re trying to get their farm field work done this spring. Everyone has to have patience.”
Arganbright adds that many accidents happen from motorists passing farm equipment into oncoming traffic


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