Move Right Law

Move Right Law

Move Right Law

Move Right Law

South Carolina law enforcement officials have started issuing tickets for traveling in the left or passing lane. If you are not overtaking or passing another slower vehicle, you must travel in the right lane otherwise known as the travel lane.

Have you ever been in a long line of slower traffic on the interstate because one vehicle ahead is traveling slow in the passing lane? This enforcement is meant to keep this from happening. When these lines form it is a haven for accidents.

The move right law otherwise known as the Stay Right Law is actually already in place in most states. If not already a law in most states, it is recommended safe driving.

The state has started putting up signs to remind drivers of the law. The signs are like these:

Move Right Law

Move Right Law Signs

stay right law

 

This law is different than the Move Over Law. The Move Over or Reduce Speed Law is when approaching emergency vehicles and law enforcement with flashing lights on the side of the road. Help keep or first responders, fire department personnel, police, state troopers, county sheriff, tow truck drivers and other roadside assistance maintenance workers safe by moving over to the left or reducing speed.

More details about the Move Right Law are located in the link below. There are exceptions to the law and are highlighted by the information in the link below. Save the $25 ticket and stay in the right lane.

Are you doing your part? If not passing then travel in the travel lane and keep you and your family safer on South Carolina roads.

 

Move Right Law

 

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