1 lane is the lane "fast lane" all the way to left, it counts up after that ---- When facing the direction of traffic flow, traffic lanes are numbered from left to right. The lane closest to the center median is the number 1 lane.
The "slow" lane (closest to freeway entrance/exits) is numbered according to the total number of lanes. (anywhere from 2 to 6)
The left most lane
If you are referring to a freeway division (as in on the road), the answer is "lane." (:
Indicates a High Occupancy Vehicle Lane
On a freeway/highway, the lane which contains the diamond like shape is a separate travel lane. Specifically this lane is dedicated to the "ride share" and/or individuals carpooling.
HOV - High Occupancy Vehicle - lane.
Passing....that would be the passing lane...
When driving on a four lane highway or freeway you should use the right hand land or 'thru lane' except when passing. If the right hand lane is designated for slower traffic or for exiting traffic, you'd use the lane to the left of it.
The question is a true statement.
If there are 3 lanes on your side of the freeway, the right-hand lane is there for vehicles to merge onto the freeway and it is the place for slower moving vehicles to drive; such as big rigs or cars towing anything. The lane in the middle is the passing lane for slow moving traffic, and it is the lane for primary travel of other than slow moving vehicles. The lane to the far left is for passing only, except when designated for specific use, like a carpool lane.
in the center lane
No, you can't.
A diamond lane on the freeway means it is a special lane on a highway or street that is reserved for a specific type of traffic (such as cars carrying more than one passenger). These lanes are also meant for the drivers who are not exiting any time soon.
You have to pull in front of it.....repededly
#1 lane. The lanes are numbered from left to right. buzzstocks.com
you should safely change to the right lane
Drivers intending to stay on the highway/freeway should stay in the right lane or the lane designated as a through-lane. The only times you should move left is to allow vehicles to merge from a right side on ramp (and move back to the right lane as soon as you can), or to pass slower traffic already in the right lane (then move back to the right lane when it is safe to do so). If a freeway provides a "slower" lane and you drive slower than the maximum speed allowed, you should use the slower lane. But never hog the passing lane just to keep driving in it; move over and let faster traffic pass you.
Entering and exiting the carpool lane on the freeway is regulated by the type of line on the right hand side of the lane. The driver can enter or exit the lane only when the lane is not bordered by a white solid line.
SAFELY merge into and through the slower lanes of traffic. If you cannot do so before your exit is reached, continue on the next exit by driving in Lane 4 - exit there and then return one exit to your original destination.
HOV lane, which is for vehicles with two or more passengers. This us intended to reduce traffic and give preference to those who carpool.
HOV lane (High Occupancy Vehicle) 2+ passengers must be in the vehicle while driving in said lanes.