How fast over the speed limit can I go without being ticketed?
The posted speed limit in a state is the absolute maximum speed you can drive without the risk of being ticketed.
In reality however, most law-enforcement officers may allow you to drive slightly over the speed limit, depending on road conditions.
If you are simply following the flow of traffic, but exceeding the speed limit, you are at risk for being stopped and given a speeding ticket.
Good sense says, obey the law, use good judgment, and drive within the speed limit.
If you have questions about speeding tickets, contact the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller for a free consultation.
Category: Traffic Violations
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