Everybody knows you can get a ticket for speeding almost anywhere in the US.

Did you know you can get a ticket for driving too slow?

That's true in many states, including the Bayou State. Driving too slowly, in the left lane, is more dangerous than speeding, according to directspeed.com. Driving slower than the flow of traffic causes cars to bunch up. That's dangerous at highway speeds.

Cars trying to get through slower traffic weave in and out looking for a passing lane. Frequent lane changes increase the likelihood of a crash.

Many states have signs on major highways, saying "Slower traffic keep right." In Louisiana, they say "Keep right, except to pass."

That's not just advice. It's state law.