Name five places passing is not permitted.
Not legal advice: You are not allowed to pass on the left if:
Your lane has a solid yellow center line.
You are approaching a curve or the crest of a hill on a two-way road and cannot see over or around it.
You are on a two-way road and within 100 feet of a railroad crossing.
You are within 100 feet of a tunnel, viaduct or bridge on a two-way road and your view is obstructed.
You are approaching a stopped school bus with its stop sign visible.
You are allowed to pass on the right:
When a vehicle ahead is making a left turn.
When driving on a one-way road designated for two or more lanes or one wide enough for two or more lanes, and passing is not restricted by signs.
One county in Georgia is looking to spring for cameras that would record the license plates of drivers who pass school busses unloading and loading children. A first offense would be a $300 fine. Three offenses in five years could result in a $1,000 fine each time.