Dennis "Matt" Howe of Candor was the New York D.O.T worker who died after a tractor-trailer hit his D.O.T. truck on Route 17 near Nichols on March 18th.

According to WBNG, Howe's family is selling clothing bearing the #MoveOverForMatt to encourage people to over when passing work trucks on the side of the road and to raise money for Howe's family.

Items can be purchased through Sunday, May 19th and include t-shirts, long-sleeve t-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, and zip up jackets. They are available in different colors and sizes and there are also ladies t-shirts available as well.

Howe was 45 at the time of his passing and he left behind his wife Alycia and two young children, his daughter Bree, and Son Dalton.

You can browse the merchandise here.

[via WBNG]

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