2013 Maryland Code
§ 21-1407 - Stopping, standing, or parking prohibited; exceptions
(a) The driver of a vehicle may not stop, stand, or park the vehicle on any Authority highway, except:
(1) If necessary to avoid injury or damage to any person or property;
(2) In compliance with the lawful direction of an authorized employee of the Authority highway;
(3) At a designated area for the transaction of business at an Administration building; or
(4) If the vehicle is disabled or involved in an accident, in which case the vehicle shall be moved, if possible:
(i) To the shoulder of the roadway;
(ii) Adjacent to the emergency walkway on a bridge; or
(iii) As otherwise directed by a patrol officer.
(b) Notwithstanding § 25-201(b) of this article, the Maryland Transportation Authority may adopt regulations governing the removal of vehicles left unattended for 12 or more hours on any Authority highway.
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