State Senator Donald Norcross has introduced a bill that the Senate will vote on today to raise fines for drivers that fail to stay right.

The Bill would increase fines for drivers that fail to stay right unless passing. The fines would increase from $100 to $300 if the bill is passed.

Many of us know the frustrations of traveling behind motorists who are driving below the speed limit in the left lane. Do you think this will help with the flow of traffic in New Jersey? Take the poll and let us know what you think.


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