In Georgia, if you exceed specific speeds you will be classified as a super speeder. If you are driving on a two-lane highway and your speed surpasses 75 miles per hour. you will be classified as a super speeder. If you are convicted of exceeding 85 miles per hour on any road in Georgia you are considered a super speeder.
Super speeders in Georgia have to pay a fine of $200 for each conviction. This fine is on top of the fees that you are already required to pay for speeding.
Any motorist in Georgia can be convicted of super speeding if they exceed these speeds. The super speeder law was passed in an attempt to deter and catch people who excessively speed. Speeding is dangerous and can lead to more accidents. Georgia is trying to prevent drivers from speeding—and reduce highway deaths in Fulton County and elsewhere in the state—by enacting harsh fines in an attempt to stop deaths from excessive speeding.
If you have been classified as a super speeder in Alpharetta, you should contact an experienced Georgia traffic violation attorney. Here are the Law Offices of Scott Miller we can help you with your defense in your super speeder case. There are a lot of factors in a super speeder case and we can help you get the best possible outcome you can in your case. Call the Law Offices of Scott Miller today at 770-408-1001. We want to start helping you with your defense today.