slow lane

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the traffic lane for vehicles that are moving slowly

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If the First Minister doesn't raise his game, he risks leaving Wales well and truly in the slow lane.
A TORTOISE the size of a grape is enjoying life in the slow lane after becoming the newest, and smallest, addition to a zoo.
DISTRICT nurse Lis McGinty is looking forward to living life in the slow lane after a career spanning four decades.
With slumping consumer confidence and weakening business confidence, and with no fiscal help on the horizon, we are stuck in the slow lane.
The project was in the slow lane but was 'fast tracked' by the new authority.
Kauto was like a Jaguar sitting in the slow lane, then when Ruby asked, he changed gears and wow.
The North East deserves to be at the forefront of this programme - not in the slow lane but still picking up the bill.
Better are back to basics Slow Lane Blues and a bottleneck take on old fan favourite Coming Home.
To avoid the frustration, I now frequently use the slow lane and can cruise between 100-120km/hr hassle free, just me myself and I.
Tanker driver Josue Munoz, 28, of Palmdale was traveling 15 to 20 mph in the slow lane, Esposito said.
Traffic was flowing, with the exception of a few older, wiser couples driving in the slow lane.
Caravanners are being shunted into the slow lane of a busy stretch of motorway in a new scheme to reduce holiday hold ups.
Highways Agency officials are implementing measures to shunt caravanners into the slow lane.
Now a lot of people mock our motorways but I don't believe there's much wrong with them except for the amount of lorries - and the daft idea of putting signs to the left of the slow lane.
On the outskirts of Baghdad, Trade Minister Mohammad Mehdi Saleh held a press briefing in the slow lane of a busy motorway to show journalists a convoy of yellow trucks about to leave for Basra loaded with bags of flour.