Interstate 485 recently saw an increase in speed limit from 65 to 70 miles per hour -- but the Highway Patrol said some drivers have yet to catch on.
"As I sit here and run radar a lot of people are still running 65-miles per hour," Trooper John Burgin said.
He adds that, the slower speeds have not yet caused an increase in accidents, but he is advising anyone driving under the speed limit to stay in the far-right lane.
Since the speed limit has been increased, the Highway Patrol said it has not seen an increase in speeding violations
Still, its main concern is with what it categorizes "aggressive drivers" -- those traveling above 90 mph.
"They don't pay attention to the speed limit to begin with," Burgin said.