Cases of lead-foot on Georgia highways will come with additional costs beginning Jan. 1. The state’s “SuperSpeeder” law will bring additional fines for high-speed travel on two-lane and multiple-lane roads.
The new SuperSpeeder law discourages trauma-causing behavior by increasing fines for dangerous drivers, according to Jim Shuler of the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.
The legislation adds an additional $200 fine for driving over 85 miles per hour on a road with multiple lanes and for driving 75 miles per hour or more on a two-lane road, Shuler said. Read More»