Georgia implemented its new “Slow Poke” law this week.
The law requires drivers in the left lane of a Georgia highway move to the right when a vehicle traveling at a faster speed comes up from behind. Slower drivers who do not move out of the high-speed lane may be ticketed under the new law.
Proponents say the new law will reduce congestion, road rage and tailgating.
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When it comes to sharing the road, a recent Howard University study found that Maryland commuters were in more accidents than Virginia drivers, according to a CBS Local report.
The study looked at car accidents in the district Virginia lagged far behind Maryland and D.C.