A motor vehicle is considered to be speeding when it is traveling faster than the posted speed limit. There are times however, that because of present road and weather conditions, that a driver may be traveling at the posted speed limit and still be charged with speeding. This is when in the officers judgment, that weather and road conditions were unsafe for driving at the posted speed limit.
Always slow your vehicle when weather and road conditions make driving at the posted speed limit unsafe.
Plan your trip well in advance, and allow enough time to arrive at your destination safely.
If you have issues with speeding tickets or other traffic ticket issues, contact attorney Scott Miller in Alpharetta Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001
Category: Traffic Violations
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