Is Left Lane Driving Allowed in Your State? [2022 Update]

Driving just 5 miles per hour slower can increase the risk of other drivers getting in a crash while passing the slower car. 27 states require that drivers who are going slower than the traffic speed must stay in the right-hand lane, with many states prohibiting left lane driving for drivers looking to pass slower traffic or make a turn. Both drivers — the one going slower than the speed limit and the one moving faster than the speed limit — could be ticketed, raising auto insurance rates.

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UPDATED: Jun 29, 2022

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