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Frequently Asked Questions

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Q: What are the most common issues with drivers?

Q: How could I make a difference?
A: Anyone can make a difference by driving according to the Stay Right Standard. Setting this example is critical to making more people aware.

Q: Why should I care?
A: We are all sharing the roads. Treat other drivers the way you’d like to be treated.

Q: How can I support Stay Right?
A: Most importantly you can lead by example. Do you part by driving properly. Beyond that you can share our initiative with friends and family and support us on social media.

Turn On Your Lights

Q: When should I use my lights other than night?
Anytime there is precipitation, meaning rain, snow, sleet, and hail. When there is fog or other types of low visibility and when going through tunnels and work zones.

Q: But I can see, why do I need my lights on?
Lights make your car visible from the front and back to other drivers and pedestrians.

Q: My car has automatic lights, I’m good right?
No, not necessarily. There are many times automatic lights won’t turn on during the day and need to be manually engaged.

Q: What’s an easy way to remember?
If you need to turn on your windshield wipers, then your lights should be on.
If other cars without lights on are harder for you to see, turn yours on.

Keep Right Except To Pass

Q: Why is keeping right important?
A: The left lane needs to be free for passing. When it’s not, it caused congested traffic for miles behind and cause other drivers to resort to dangerously passing in the right lane.

Q: I’m going the speed limit, why should I get over?
A: The left lane is designed for passing. It should be left open for others to pass, while you drive the speed limit in the right lane.

Q: If someone is blocking the left lane for a while, what should I do?
A: Try to be patient, there’s not much to do. A flash of the high beams can sometimes alert the driver and make them aware they’re blocking the way. Please note, being aggressive is not the answer.

Q: How can I and others remember?
A: Just look at our logo. Red for driving in the left lane, yellow for middle lane, green for right lane!

Use Your Turn Signals

If you have other questions feel free to contact us!