If you are driving the speed limit in the carpool lane, designated with a diamond as seen here on state Route 16 in Tacoma, you don’t have to move over for folks speeding behind you, reports News Tribune traffic columnist Candice Ruud.
If you are driving the speed limit in the carpool lane, designated with a diamond as seen here on state Route 16 in Tacoma, you don’t have to move over for folks speeding behind you, reports News Tribune traffic columnist Candice Ruud. Russ Carmack News Tribune file photo
If you are driving the speed limit in the carpool lane, designated with a diamond as seen here on state Route 16 in Tacoma, you don’t have to move over for folks speeding behind you, reports News Tribune traffic columnist Candice Ruud. Russ Carmack News Tribune file photo

Fun fact: Just because you’re in the carpool lane doesn’t mean you get to speed

January 20, 2018 05:00 PM

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