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Fla. Truck Drivers May be Banned from Fast Lane

October 18, 2007

The Florida Department of Transportation may be changing the rules of the road to limit the lanes truck drivers can use NBC 2 News reports.Semi-trucks in Orlando are no longer allowed to use the left-hand lane on I-4. There, they can only use the two lanes on the right. The DOT says that might be the new precedent for Florida’s strip of I-75 by 2010.Further, the DOT says if the rule goes through, I-75 would be safer because there would be less weaving around trucks and a lower disparity in the speed between trucks and cars.
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