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Left Lane v. Right Lane

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New Jersey is the most densely populated state in the entire country- most everyone knows this.  Considering, how crowded this small state is, it's no surprise that our roads and major highways share the same issue.  Recently, the New Jersey Senate Transportation Committee proposed a fine increase for drivers who do not stay right, except to pass.  The proposed increase has the $50 fine change to $200 and the $100 fine change to $300.  Also, $50 from each of those fines would be put towards highway signs to inform drivers of the state's 'Stay Right' law.  

New Jersey should accept this proposal right away! I don't know about some people on the roads, but when I drive, I'm driving to go places and I  need to be there at a certain time.  My frustrations behind the wheel hits a peak when I am in the left lane and trapped behind a car and next to a row of tractor trailors on my right side.  Where can I go?? Definitely not to my destination.  If you're driving in the left lane and everyone driving to the right of you is passing you, you shouldn't be driving in New Jersey.  Holding up the 'passing lane' causes 'road rage' for many other drivers and that can lead to many accidents.  If you plan on driving below the speed limit, stay to the right and let everyone else pass.  

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