Laying drag is the term that the traffic courts in the state of Georgia use to describe the spinning of a vehicle's wheels on the highway or road, so that smoke from is generated from the tires.
Laying drag, spinning of wheels, is a dangerous practice. A vehicle doing this has little ,no traction with the road, and is sliding along the road in a dangerous manner.
This action can result in damage to property and vehicles.
It can cause injury or death to the driver, passengers, and others.
Laying drag is reckless driving, and it is a criminal misdemeanor.
The driver of a vehicle laying drag, may be charged with reckless driving and, will be arrested, placed in handcuffs, and taken to jail.
Don't lay drag, it is reckless behavior, reckless driving, and can take your life.
This information about laying drag and reckless driving comes to you from the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller.
For more information about laying drag or recklessly driving, you may contact the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller at 770-408-1001 for a free consultation.
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