fast lane


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fast lane

the outside lane on a motorway or dual carriageway for vehicles overtaking or travelling at high speed
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So that the fast lane will really be fast and the motorcycles will not travel alongside the fast vehicles.)
"The FAST LANE acronym stands for "Facilitating Automated System Transition LANE".
"We are pleased to present Fast Lane with our 'Learning Partner of the year' accolade for their outstanding achievements as a Cisco channel partner in the UAE and we look forward to their continued growth and success in this domain."
East facing a growing risk of cyber-attacks, Fast Lane acknowledges the need
Helm said that in Washington state, 14,000 citations were issued last year to drivers staying in the fast lane. Should the Oregon bill become law, the state Department of Transportation would spend $80,000 on new signs educating drivers about the change.
Shoib Al Balushi, a teacher, feels, Eoe1/4EoThere has been rampant use of fast lanes by the pickup cabs, trucks and taxis, and so with the heavy vehicles in the peak hours.Eoe1/4A[yen] He advocated punitive action against reckless drivers.
According to Turnpike officials, grime or snow on the Fast Lane cameras can cause them to malfunction and misinterpret the size of the vehicle.
I was driving on the same route on New Year's Day, again on quiet roads, and saw an overhead sign before the junction which had an arrow pointing slightly to the right, which confirmed traffic heading onto the M57 had to go into the fast lane.
However, I keep reading in your Letter Page about something called the 'fast lane' on Dubai's roads.
As Boris, 43, nattered animatedly into the phone he weaved between traffic - and even overtook in the fast lane.
A BIRMINGHAM Telecoms specialist boss knows what life is like in the fast lane because he's also a budding racing star.

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