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Lawmakers want to Amend State’s “Slow Poke” Law

Two Tennessee lawmakers want to amend the state’s “slow poke” law.
The law helps restrict slow drivers from driving in the far-left lane on three-lane highways.
Rep. John Mark Windle of Livingston, and Sen. Paul Bailey of Sparta, want to amend the law by expanding it to include two or more lanes.
A number of states have already passed similar legislation that can ticket anyone who is impeding the flow of traffic. The fine for breaking the law in Tennessee is $50.
If passed, it would take effect on July 1.