The misconception of right lanes on multi lane roads being for overtaking in NSW is not always correct. Remember the right lane by law is for overtaking if over 80KM/h or other wise marked. It is ok to overtake a vehicle by doing so in the left lane (undertaking by law is illegal which is the case in a single lane carriage way) So if a learner is choosing to stay in right lane because they want to turn right 1000 meters down the road on any road 80KM/H or below unless marked keep left unless overtaking then they are entitled to do so (Speeding is also against the law, so is tail gating or predatory driving). Remember if you think someone is doing the wrong thing by staying right in multi lane roads its not always the case. If you are travelling on a road above 80KM/h stay left unless overtaking it is the law and fines are in excess of $110. Laws are not always enforced so use common sense if your travelling under the speed limit keep left on any multi lane road.