Reasons to not drive aggressively in Georgia
Aggressive driving in Georgia is defined as the intent to annoy, harass, molest, intimidate, injure or obstruct another person, while overtaking or passing another vehicle.
Violating traffic lane markings; following too close; violating signal, lane change; slowing or stopping law; impeding traffic flows; reckless driving.
If convicted aggressive driving is a misdemeanor of a high or aggravated nature.
If convicted you may face jail time, a high monetary fine, community service, six points on your drivers license, and if you are under 21, you may have all driving privileges suspended.
Don't drive aggressively!
When beginning your trip in a motor vehicle, plan your route well in advance, allowing more than enough time to reach your destination.
If the roadway that you choose is usually slow, consider an alternative route before you begin your trip.
Take deep breaths to calm yourself. Think about something pleasant as you drive.
Allow enough space between your car and the car ahead of you, so you can stop safely in the event of the other driver applying their brakes.
Don't let the actions of other drivers affect your driving.
Keep your emotions under control and arrive at your destination on time and safe from injury.
This information about aggressive driving is provided to you by the Alpharetta, Georgia aggressive driving defense attorney Scott Miller.
If you have been charge with aggressive driving you may contact attorney Scott Miller at 770-408-1001 for a free consultation.
Category: Traffic Violations
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