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Source: Yahoo News
March 12, 2013
Luke3302 -- Clearly you have it right. I hadn't thought about the wind factor being the same in all lanes. LOL -- A jury would buy it as reasonable doubt. I just love how good the response was by the public.
The ticket wasn't for speed. It was for failure to change lanes. (or whatever the statute is over there). This is another slanted story looking to go viral against LEO's.
I've read a lot of citizens comments about the story. Everyone says "MOVE OVER". That's a great response, because clearly the writer didn't intend for a positive response.
I presume there was some attitude by her that led to the ticket?
Having actually wrote a lady a ticket once for doing 35 on the Interstate many years ago. I intended only to find out why and warn her, but she stated that she drives at 35 no matter where she is and that I was not going to tell her different. Ticket was issued, she took it to court, and the Judge told her different in the form of a hefty fine and points...
She should had been in the right lane.
Keep right, pass on left is the law in NJ and it is enforced.
In my state obstructing traffic and driving in the left lane are sepaerate charges from sp0eet type violations, what were the actual charges in this case. There is also a driving at a greater speed that reasonable and prudent charge, i have seen people charged with this for doing 30 in a 60 and then wrecking due to icy conditions.
There's a reason why the left lane is the faster lane! Slower vehicles NEED to be in the right lane, period!!!
Bump luke. Seemed a little Super Trooperish at first, but reading the story, it makes sense. If you're gonna drive slow, keep right.
Maybe if a few more get cited for not moving right/impeding the flow of traffic by hogging the left lane the others will stop it!!
......this is wishful thinking on my part.
Slower traffic keep right...
At first glance it would seem a little harsh. When you think about it though, She should not have been in the left lane. The wind doesn't blow softer just because you are in the left lane. Some states have statutes concerning keeping to the right.
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