Left Lane Drivers Unite!

Traffic has become increasingly congested and tempers flare as slower drivers occupy what has been historically referred to as the “fast lane”. It’s time to get that Left Lane back! It is our considered opinion that not only will traffic move more smoothly and more quickly once the Left Lane is used in the way it has been designed but also headaches, frustration, bad tempers and road rage will all be greatly reduced when this pressure valve is released. It’s time to reduce this unnecessary stress. It’s time that…

Left Lane Drivers Unite!

We invite you to join Left Lane Drivers of America, a growing, grassroots effort to reclaim the Left Lanes on our freeways and multiple lane highways. To do this, those of us who are genuine “Left Lane drivers” are politely but firmly reminding others what the Left Lane is for. We are doing this with the copyrighted ™ Windshield Decal (which also serves as the Trademarked Logo for LeftLaneDrivers.org). This not-so-subtle reminder reads correctly when seen through a rearview mirror (see above), making slower drivers in front of you more aware of the need to leave the Left Lane open to faster moving traffic.



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3 Responses to Left Lane Drivers Unite!

  1. Chris O' says:

    I’m there! Minnesota have the worst people on the planet for driving in the fast lane at least 3mph slower than posted. I can see where road rage comes into play here. Where do I sign up?
    Have a great day!

  2. Starr says:

    Traffic is a non-issue in Lubbock. I left my Road Rage behind in Dallas.

  3. carolyn says:

    On parts of Route 128 North in Boston, the fastest “red-car” drivers drive in the BREAKDOWN lane (the lane to the RiGHT of the slow lane) at way over the speed limit. It’s actually legal to use that lane for some reason, and I don’t know why there aren’t dozens of fatals a day. How about a bumper sticker that says MOVE OVER in the opposite direction? Meanwhile, I take the back roads.

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