No Time To Live – Traffic – Traffic

Posted March 1st, 2018 by admin

Please forward this no Time To Live – Traffic – Traffic screen to sharedip-1071804866. Most states restrict use of the left lane by slow-moving traffic that is not passing.

The table below describes the law in effect in each state. A few states permit use of the left lane only for passing or turning left. These have “yes” in the “keep right” column. Some states require drivers to move right if they are blocking traffic in the left lane. These have “yield” in the “keep right” column. Law prohibits obstructing traffic by driving continuously in the left lane.

The duty of slower traffic to keep right applies “notwithstanding the prima facie speed limits. The left lane is reserved for passing where the speed limit is 65 or higher. A state brochure discusses the law. Slower traffic keep right and all traffic yield left lane to traffic approaching from behind. Honolulu prohibits driving more than 5 MPH under the limit in the left lane. Keep right except to pass on limited access highways since January 1, 2004.

As of July 1, 2015 the left lane of a multilane highway is for passing. Keep right except to pass on rural roads since July 1, 2009. Keep right except to pass where speed limit is at least 65. On multilane highways keep right except to pass and move right if blocking overtaking traffic.

Passing on right prohibited on undivided two-way road, MGL 89-2. Keep right except to pass except in heavy traffic or on freeways with three or more lanes. Passing on right prohibited unless vehicles are in “substantially continuous lines. Keep right if below speed limit. Some highways are posted “slower traffic keep right. One law requires vehicles below the speed limit to keep right.