New Statewide Road Rage Law in Effect
The "Road Rage" law is statewide and applies to people driving in a multiple lane road or highway, going more than ten miles below the speed limit.
Officials say failure to move over or speed up out of the way of an approaching vehicle is grounds for a $60 fine.
Florida Highway Patrol says a ticket for slow driving would affect a driver's record the same way a speeding ticket would.
The left lane law is one of a number of new road rules that took effect on Monday.
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