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    Default Only in Md.- Woman Cited for Driving 63 in a 65 MPH Zone

    A Maryland woman was shocked after she received a traffic ticket on Interstate 95 -- because it wasn't for speeding. In fact, she was driving two mph under the speed limit.

    The driver, who didn't want her name used, told News4 she was driving in the left lane of I-95 on Laurel last Friday when she was pulled over and cited for failing to move right.

    According to the citation, she had been driving 63 mph in a 65 mph zone.
    Md. Woman Cited for Driving Too Slowly in Left Lane | NBC4 Washington
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    good.i hate people that drive slow in the fast lane.

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    cited for failing to move right.
    Well, it IS a traffic law.Probably ought to be enforced MORE often!

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    I hope she looses in court.
    I95 and beltway traffic gets to cruising between 65-70 mph.
    Four, five and sometimes 6 lanes. The lady driving 63 in the fast lane with both hands at the top of the steering wheel and every mirror on the car pointing into the trees is in the damn way.


    She is completely oblivious the safety hazards that she is causing behind her.

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    Alot of states will cite you for holding up traffic/going slow in the left lane.

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    Right on. Now if only they would do this in Michigan.

    I can't stand when people go the same speed right next to each other so peole can't pass.

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    If you're going under 75, don't be in the left lane. People in PA are the worst at sitting in the fast lane and going slow (I know, I live there).

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjm204 View Post
    If you're going under 75, don't be in the left lane. People in PA are the worst at sitting in the fast lane and going slow (I know, I live there).


    I bet you have not spent many winters in Florida!!
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    Maybe your state law is different, but around here there is only one speed limit sign for both lanes. I know, because I got a ticket once for doing 6 MPH over the limit, in the left lane while passing.

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