The laws of the State of Georgia require headlights to be on in the rain.
Drivers often use their flashers when driving in heavy downpours. Using flashers in the rain is legal in Georgia, however most law enforcement officials argue against using
Flashers do increase your visibility to drivers behind you, however they eliminate your ability to use your turn signals.
If the rain is so heavy that visibility is limited, your best option is to leave the roadway and stop in a safe location, until the rain shower is over.
This plea for safer driving comes to you from the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller.
If you have traffic tickets or other criminal matters that you would like to discuss with attorney Scott Miller, you may contact him at 770-408-1001, for a free consultation.
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