Slow-Poke Bill in Georgia Gains Speed in Legislature

Georgia lawmakers are cracking down on slow drivers. The state house passed legislation that would ticket drivers who hold up traffic in the left lane on interstates or highways. It's called the Slow-Poke Bill. WDEF News 12's Alisha Searl has reaction from Georgia drivers.

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DJ Mega - 7/19/2014 7:34 AM
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As far as I am concerned, this is a great bill! More often than not, people drive with total disrespect knowingly blocking and slowing down traffic because they think that if they go to speed limit then they are abiding the law. Passing lanes are exactly for that, passing slower vehicles. Slower vehicles need to stay to the right! That said, I typically go the speed limit and always stay in the right lane and have total respect for those that need to pass me.

csandhollow - 2/27/2014 10:03 PM
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What if the person in the far left lane is going legal speed limit? Another question what about the driver behind the slow poke, is he TAILGATING, which is also against the law?
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