Of all the things that are guaranteed to cause road rage, I think most of us would agree that someone doing 50 in the passing lane on the interstate has to be up there. I think the state legislature in Georgia is on to something. A bill was just passed that would make it a misdemeanor to stay in the left lane if a faster vehicle comes up behind you.

The Georgia House of Representatives just approved a bill that would make it ILLEGAL to drive slowly in the left lane of a highway or interstate if there's a faster driver behind you...even if that driver is going above the speed limit. The biggest problem would be enforcement, but what do you think? Would this alleviate a lot of road rage? Would you like to see a similar bill passed here in Montana?

Here's more about this Georgia bill.