– Legislation that would improve highway safety in Pennsylvania, sponsored by Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Blair), has been introduced in the House of Representatives.
House Bill 1376
would make it an offense for a motorist to impede the flow of traffic by continuously driving in the left lane of a limited-access highway. The violation would carry a fine of $25, plus costs. No points would be assessed.
“We all know how frustrating it is to drive behind a motorist in the left lane who refuses to move over,” said Schmitt. “In addition to improving driver safety and traffic flow, I also believe this legislation will lead to a reduction in the number of road rage cases in the Commonwealth.”
House Bill 1376 has been referred to the House Transportation Committee.
Representative Lou Schmitt
79th Legislative District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
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