Georgia motor vehicle fatalities:

Distracted driving in Georgia:

Keep your eyes concentrated on the traffic ahead and the road ahead. 

The majority of fatal accidents are caused by distracted driving. 

Distracted driving means:
Not paying attention to the road ahead and the vehicles in front of you. 
Not looking in your side mirrors often and when you move from lane to lane. 
Not looking in your rearview mirror to see the road behind you.

Distracted driving has increased significantly since the advent of mobile devices.

In Georgia, it is against the law to have any body part touch a mobile device while driving.
Touching a mobile device while driving will get you a ticket for violation of Georgia code 40-6-241C

This informational blog comes to you from the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller.

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