New Law Could Impact How We Drive In Alabama
The Alabama House of Representatives has voted to ticket drivers who linger in the left lane on the interstate. The Anti-Road Rage Act says drivers can be ticketed for driving more than a mile and a half in the left lane without passing another vehicle.
It now moves to the Alabama Senate.
The sponsor, Rep Phillip Pettus, said left lane driving is a safety hazard.
Some lawmakers question how the new law would be enforced.
I am guilty of driving in the left lane. Yes, I'm THAT guy. Just a habit. I will start saving now for all the tickets I could be getting if this bill becomes law.