Left-Lane Slowpokes May Be Georgia's Newest Criminals

 
 
Posted Wednesday, March 12th 2014 @ 2pm  by Evann Gastaldo, Newser Staff

(NEWSER) – If you've ever been stuck behind a person driving too slowly in the fast lane, the Georgia Legislature is here for you: Its "slowpoke" bill would require anyone driving on a divided highway to move to the right when a faster car approaches from behind—even if the "slowpoke" is actually going the speed limit. Not doing so would be a misdemeanor, if Gov. Nathan Deal signs the bill into law,USA Today reports. "Slowpokes" would face as much as a year in prison and $1,000 in fines.

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