Stay Right on the Road
We’re on a mission to get drivers out of the left lane.
There is a huge issue with drivers blocking the left lane and we need to raise awareness on the issue.
By keeping right except to pass, we hope to make driving safer and roads less congested.
While driving, please stay right for these reasons.
Vehicles driving in the left lane create a major safety issue. They don’t allow for other drivers to safely pass them. Other drivers will resort to passing on the right, which is very dangerous and can cause accidents. It also causes very bad road rage incidents with other drivers.
Left land drivers cause huge amounts of traffic. One or two cars can make traffic backup for miles behind them. This then congests drivers into one big pack of cars. One wrong move by any of them can cause a pileup of cars. Things would flow much smoother if everyone stayed to the right.
Just driving in the left lane is illegal in some way in almost every state across the country. Drivers need to Keep Right Except to Pass. We hope this type of legislation will be expanded, as well as offenders stopped and ticketed by the police.
Others agree with us.
The left lane, the law and you – Insurance.com
Should You Only Use The Left Lane To Pass? – geico.com
Hogging the Left Lane Will Cost You – forbes.com
Slow Ride: the Dangers of Driving at Low Speeds – esurance.com
Keep Right: Which states prohibit left-lane driving? – autoinsurance.org
We need your help!
The Stay Right team needs your help to accomplish our mission. We can’t change things without everyone working together.
Lead by Example
When you’re on the roads driving, use the left lane for its intended purpose, passing. Show others how to safely pass and get back over to the right lane. This allows for others to then pass you and keep the roads flowing smoothly.
Share with your Friends
Tell your friends and family about Stay Right and help educate them on the correct way to drive. It will help make the roads safer for everyone. Share and follow our social media as well, links are below.