A. A person may not move an escorted vehicle on the interstate system if the movement would constitute a special traffic hazard.
B. When escort is required, each permit vehicle requires its own escort.
C. Each permit vehicle with escort shall maintain a 1-mile distance from another escorted permit vehicle traveling in the same direction.
D. If traffic buildup behind a permit move becomes heavy (considered to be in excess of six cars including any escort), the entire move shall safely leave the roadway when there is sufficient room to do so to allow traffic to pass.
E. Convoying. A person, except a State or federal military authority or by special authorization of the Director, Office of Traffic and Safety, State Highway Administration, may not convoy or group vehicles which must be escorted.