Drive slowly, wet roads in Atlanta cause accidents
During rainy weather, I see an increase amount of clients charged with a following too close accident.
The Georgia code 40-6-49 states that while operating a motor vehicle on a road or highway, a driver must maintain sufficient distance between their vehicle the vehicle front to avoid a collision caused by a sudden stop of the vehicle in front.
This safe Space between vehicles increases dramatically on wet and slippery pavement.
Slow your vehicle during rain and increase your safe space between you and the vehicle in front.
This plea for safer driving in wet weather comes to you from the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller
Category: Traffic Violations
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