NY made it law last year in January. This year, they expanded it on the 1st to include vehicles with amber lights.
Came up on the same problem last night on my way home. Trooper stopping a car, side of a 2 lane, trooper'* Yukon was part way into my lane, and just ahead of the stop was the crest of the hill, and I couldn't see the other side.
I pulled up really slowly, stopped (knew there was no one behind me for at least a mile on this stretch of road). Couldn't see around him. No one waved me by, couldn't see the officer, or where anyone was standing. Ended up trying to block out the strobes with one hand, slowly pulled out and around them, then got back in the lane quick as I could.
They way they are getting stopped, or stopping these cars is putting other drivers in a dangerous situation. This is the second time in a week that one has been stopped before the crest in a hill, the trooper parked partway into my lane, and you can't see around them to tell if someone is about to crest the hill in the opposite lane or not.
If they had waited until the hill crested to pulled them over, it leveled out for a bit after that. It would have been much safer for everyone.
This is getting ridiculous. And dangerous! If it weren't for those lights, you might be able to tell if there was a car coming up the other side of the hill, but you can't see anything past these guys.