You sometimes call them on your cellphone. Late night when you need, some, help.
We’re talking, of course, about Nova Scotia’s RCMP. The East Coast Mounties just released their own version of Drake’s Hotline Bling to remind motorists about the province’s “Move Over” law, and we have to say, we’re pretty impressed. Complete with terrible dance moves and plenty of auto-tune, this is one of the best ways we’ve ever seen cops explain a law to the public.
“When you see that cop light bling,” one officer lipsyncs, as others awkwardly gyrate behind him. “It can only mean one thing.”
The “Move Over” law came into effect on May 2010 and requires motorists to slow down and move into the farthest lane away from an emergency vehicle that has stopped with its lights flashing.
So far, the video certainly seems to be working:
— Sweet & Sour. (@Youniverse__) April 21, 2016
— Cassidy Freill (@cassidyfreill) April 20, 2016
UMMM… Cop Light Bling, a ‘soon-to-be chart-topping single’ courtesy the RCMP: https://t.co/hoQw5jGxaF
— Rachel Ward (@wardrachel) April 20, 2016
You can watch the full music video in the clip below: