Highway 50 in the desert in Nevada is among the most busy, with about 70,000 vehicles per day.

It’s a highway with only two lanes each way, making it hard for drivers to navigate.

But the roads are so crowded that drivers who want to exit the highway have to take the left turn.

A lot of them do, but not everyone.

Many drivers take the wrong lane, according to a recent analysis by The Associated Press and the Transportation Department.

In some instances, people who take the right turn are fined or fined more than $150 for every lane they take.

That could add up to hundreds of dollars to a driver’s insurance policy, according a federal study.

“The only way you can go through this is to make sure you’re doing it correctly,” said Roberta Brown, a spokeswoman for the Transportation Trust Fund, a government agency that funds transportation projects.

“It’s frustrating to drive on the wrong side of the road.

I wish we had more speed limits on these roads.

It’d make things a lot smoother.”

A few other highways are also experiencing issues.

The Interstate 80 in New Mexico has a maximum speed limit of 55 mph, and the Interstate 80 south of Albuquerque is 40 mph.

But those speeds are often exceeded, and drivers can still take the highway’s left lane, which is the one in front of the highway.

The left turn is a “roadblock,” Brown said.

The interstate has been closed to traffic for weeks because of the congested traffic.

Many people are traveling through the area because they have to go to a funeral, and some are visiting relatives.

They’re concerned about the traffic on the interstate.

It would be nice if there was more signage to tell people when they need to slow down or turn left, said Matt Stoller, a resident of Arizona, who works for the National Association of Realtors.

The Associated Statesman reached out to the National Transportation Safety Board, which oversees traffic safety.

We will not be commenting on the investigation at this time, a spokesman for the agency said in a statement.

“There is no evidence that the drivers of the vehicles involved were aware of any traffic control devices that would have caused them to make the lane change,” said spokesman James Pendergast.

The Transportation Trust is a nonprofit group that promotes highway safety.

The group has spent more than 20 years studying traffic safety issues on U.S. roads.

The AP reached out for comment.

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