MnDOT: Caution urged on Minnesota roads during fall harvest

MnDOT officials say motorists need to be prepared to encounter slow-moving farm vehicles, especially on rural roads during this time of year.
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MnDOT officials say motorists need to be prepared to encounter slow-moving farm vehicles, especially on rural roads during this time of year.

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