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“Keep Right Except to Pass” Laws for I-95 States

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Driving slowly in the fast lane is more than just annoying, it’s also illegal in many states. The left hand lane of an Interstate highway is designated as the passing lane. The right lane in this system is called the travel lane. If there are 3 or more lanes of traffic moving in the same direction the far left lane is designated as the passing lane. The far right lane is typically used for those to safely enter or exit the highway at speeds less than the speed limit. The center lane or lanes are the travel lanes. Consider right to left lanes as slowest to fastest.

Below are excerpts from laws and statutes for the individual states that comprise the I-95 corridor, north to south. Enforcement, fines and penalties vary from state to state…

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