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Over my last 25 years, as a lawyer practicing in the Central Valley of California, I have defended many farming operations and their employees, for accidents which involved tractors, trailers, or other moveable equipment referred to in Vehicle Code section 36000 as an “implement of husbandry.” These vehicles and equipment are typically designed and maintained to be operated at speeds of 25 miles per hour or less, and because of this fact, they have to be equipped with a “slow-moving vehicle emblem”, which is often referred to as a “reflective triangle.” In past cases, liability against my clients sometimes hinged on the proper installation and display of a slow- moving vehicle emblem.

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