After the debate on me driving in the left lane and reading how some are stating that I cannot do that, maybe a sticky should be posted here for the rules of the road in FL. 1. I know some states have the law where left lanes are only for passing, here in FL, they are not. They can be used but you cannot be going below the speed limit. 2. Another law we have here that not all drivers coming to our State may not be aware of is when your windshield wipers go on (in the rain), so do your headlights! If not, you will get a ticket if stopped by an officer. 3. The other law that should be mentioned it the move over law. When there is a law enforcement with their flashing lights on stopped on the side of the road (or extreme right or left lanes), you must move over to the next lane away from them. If you cannot, you must drop your speed by 20 mph less than the posted limit. If the posted limit is 25, you obviously drop to 20. *** so people, when you see this happening, let the cars in front of you.. don't ride bumper to bumper and not letting them in.. this helps keep our LEO safe..as well as those they are helping on the roads. 4. When you have a yellow light, you are legally not supposed to enter the intersection. If you get stopped by an officer, they can give you a ticket for running a red light. 5. You can make a right on red unless otherwise noted. You must come to a full stop, not a rolling stop. 6. You can make a left on red in some cases..... here is the statue on it.... The driver of a vehicle on a one-way street that intersects another one-way street on which traffic moves to the left shall stop in obedience to a steady red signal, but may then make a left turn into the one-way street, but shall yield the right-of-way to pedestrians and other traffic proceeding as directed by the signal at the intersection, except that municipal and county authorities may prohibit any such left turn as described, which prohibition shall be effective when a sign giving notice thereof is attached to the traffic control signal device at the intersection. 7. If a pedestrian enters a crosswalk, you must stop for them, failure to do so can result in a fine. I am sure there are others... but thought I would start with those..