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MSP Left lane drivers

Driving in the left lane in Michigan is illegal, unless to pass someone and Michigan State Police are about to crack down on left-lane drivers.  Beginning Wednesday, March 1 through the end of April, troopers will be pulling over people who use the left lane for anything other than passing a vehicle.  Lieutenant Chris McIntire commands the Rockford Post and says road rage is a big problem with left-lane hogs.  "They over take them on the right and cause an accident or ride them on their bumper which causes the person in front to get mad. It causes a whole bunch of issues for us."  The main focus in West Michigan will be U.S. 131 in Kent and Montcalm counties. 



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