We didn't see this locally, but the Columbus Dispatch – courtesy of "bing" – carried word of some new traffic rules going into effect tomorrow.
"Beginning Wednesday, July 1st. 2009, drivers seeing a tow truck at the side of the road will have to move over and/or slow down, just as they have to for stopped police or fire vehicles."
You now also have to have your headlights on when your windshield wipers are on in the rain. --- and the speed limit for trucks on rural interstates is now going to be 65 mph instead of 55.
The law, part of Ohio's transportation budget bill, was passed April 1st. It also included provisions for a tolling authority, over-weight/over-size vehicles, all-purpose vehicles, multiple year registration of trailers & semi-trailers, and the transportation of radioactive materials. (See Legislative Analysis)