Starting November first, drivers who fail to obey two new state traffic laws will be ticketed. The Anti-Road Rage law prohibits drivers from riding the left lane on any Interstate for longer than a mile-and-half without passing another vehicle. The new seat belt law requires back seat passengers to buckle up at all times.
Although each law went into effect on September first, a 60 day trial period was set into place, meaning law officers were only giving out warnings. If drivers are stopped for violating the new traffic laws, they could receive a fine of up to $200.