It could be illegal to drive in some Florida left-hand lanes starting in 2024

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — A bill recently filed in the Florida Senate seeks to penalize drivers who “continuously” travel in the left-hand lane without the intent to pass.

According to the bill, filed by Rep. Jenna Persons-Mulicka (R-Fort Myers) on Jan. 24, vehicles would be prohibited from continuously traveling “in the furthermost left-hand lane of certain roadways,” namely roads, streets, and highways with two or more lanes and a posted speed limit of at least 65 mph.

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