The left lane is for passing, not cruising.
Drivers must move out of the left lane if they are being overtaken by a faster vehicle.
The law does not apply if the driver is preparing for a left turn or using the lane to pass other drivers.
A violation of the left-lane law is a noncriminal traffic infraction, punishable by a fine of at least $75.
Trucks cannot drive in the left lane of specific stretches of interstate highways that have six lanes.
The minimum fine for trucks driving in the left lane is $121.
The law is enforced on sections of I-4, I-75, I-95, and Florida's Turnpike.
The left lane law applies on roads with more than two lanes headed in the same direction.
Tour buses and recreational vehicles are not considered commercial trucks, so they can use the left lane.
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