EDISON - New Jersey has a failure to keep right law, which means you can only be in the left lane to pass others.

News 12 New Jersey took a drive on the Garden State Parkway, and saw that many drivers observe the rules. News 12 New Jersey rarely saw anyone staying in the left lane after passing, and didn't get stuck behind any drivers who weren't keeping up with the speed limit.

State police say there is no official campaign to crack down on those who fail to keep right, but many drivers say there should be.

A ticket for failure to keep right comes with a $61 fine and 2 points on your license.