I recently received a call from a potential client who was ticketed for distracted driving while stopped at a traffic light and looking at his GPS.
This particular potential client was stopped at a traffic light looking for an alternative route. So, he consulted the GPS on his mobile device, and when the light turned green he did not notice the green light and held up traffic.
He was issued a ticket for obstruction of traffic and distracted driving, after being observed by an officer.
Advice, be alert and concentrate 100% of your attention on the roadway ahead!
Do not become a distracted driver!
Distracted driving kills!
This plea for safer driving is provided to you by the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller.
If you have traffic tickets that you would wish to discuss with attorney Scott Miller, call him for a free consultation today at 770-408-1001.
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