Speeding -- most drivers in the state of Georgia do it at some point. Many get away with it. Those caught by the police can face significant penalties, particularly if they were operating their vehicles at speeds well over the posted limits. The Super Speeder Law is in place to get people to slow down and to punish those who feel it is okay to drive at reckless speeds.
It's natural to become nervous when driving in close proximity to a commercial truck. Even if you're doing your best to remain safe, truckers don't always take the same level of care.
As a University of Georgia student, it won't be long before you realize the benefits of commuting to and from class on a bicycle. Not only does it save you time, but it also reduces yor carbon footprint when you drive less and bike more.
As a pedestrian, you don't have to look far to see a motor vehicle. For example, if you're walking or jogging on the sidewalk, moving vehicles will be within a few feet of you.
Driving under the influence of alcohol is never a good idea. Law enforcement agencies often remind us that drinking with any sort of impairment is some form of DUI. Drivers in Georgia may find themselves facing charges if they consent to a blood alcohol content (BAC) test and the result is .08 or higher.