When you're driving a 27 foot wiener on wheels, it's safe to say you're a pretty obvious site on the road. And just because you're in the famous Oscar Mayer mobile doesn't mean you're immune from the law.  The driver of an Oscar Mayer Wienermobile was stopped by a sheriff's deputy in Waukesha County and given a verbal warning for not following the Wisconsin's Move Over Law.

WREX details -

In a Facebook post about the incident, the sheriff's office reminded motorists that when they see a vehicle on the side of the road with its emergency lights flashing (red, blue and amber), they are required to move out of the lane closest to the vehicle if possible.

Here is what the Waukesha County Sheriff shared on Twitter -

So what happens when a safe lane change isn't possible or the driver is on a two-lane roadway? WREX details -

They are required to slow their vehicle, maintain a safe speed for traffic conditions, and drive at a reduced speed until completely past the vehicle.

A good reminder for Wienermobiles and all!

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