June 15, 2024

TOPEKA — If you’re not in the right lane, you’re wrong. A new state law that went into effect Wednesday requires drivers on four-lane highways in rural areas to stay in the right lane unless they’re passing other vehicles or making left-hand turns. Another new law requires that if you’re involved in a non-injury accident and your vehicle is movable, you should move your vehicle off the highway and onto the shoulder or exit. The new laws are designed to improve traffic safety. The Kansas Highway Patrol will issue warnings for a year and then tickets after July 1, 2010.

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