The TADRA act passed by the Georgia legislature is intended to reduce the number of fatalities of teenager drivers. This act introduced "zero tolerance" of teenage drivers with certain driving behaviors.
The TARDA Act specifies that if teenage drivers are found guilty of, driving while impaired, excessive speeding, dangerous driving behaviors such as reckless driving, or street racing, will have their drivers license automatically suspended.
As a result of the TADRA Act, fatal crashes among teenage drivers in Georgia are dramatically reduced.
If you have questions about the TADRA a act, or you are the parent of a teenage driver who has been accused of impaired driving, or other dangerous driving behaviors, contact the drivers license defense Attorney Scott Miller, in Alpharetta, Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001
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