Every time I travel I take the tollway to Denver International Airport. I always scratch my head when I pass the message board. For several months they have been running the message.
"Slow down or move over, it's Colorado Law."
I "think" they are referring to the relatively new, much needed, and apparently unenforced Colorado law that states you should be in the right lane unless you are passing. The law was designed to address, at least conceptually, the problem of Colorado drivers hanging out in the left lane and clogging up traffic. I can say as a driving "enthusiast" this is a huge problem. In fact, in "Road Show", one of Neil Peart's books about traveling the US on motorcycle he actually calls out Colorado by name as the worst state for this problem.
What I don't get is the message on the board? Don't they mean:
"Speed up or move over, it's Colorado Law."