In Georgia the points per speeding violation include:
- 15-19 MPH above the speed limit: 2 points
- 19-24 MPH above the speed limit: 3 points
- 24-34 MPH above the speed limit: 4 points
- 34 or more MPH above the speed limit: 6 points
Single violations resulting in a speeding ticket for driving less than 14 MPH above the speed limit do not add points to your license.
If you accumulate 15 or more points within a two-year period, your Georgia license can be suspended—even if some of the violations occurred while you were out of state. Additionally, for drivers under the age of 21, their license can be suspended after being convicted of one four-point offense. The points accumulated through tickets are in addition to the fines imposed for speeding, which can cost upwards of $325, and the increased costs of your insurance premiums.
If you have been ticketed for a violation other than speeding, contact a traffic ticket attorney in Alpharetta for information on the number of points earned on your license for each offense. Remember that these points are added to any points you have acquired through speeding tickets; the Georgia Department of Driver Services looks at the total number of points when determining whether your license should be suspended, revoked or canceled.
If you have been pulled over and issued a ticket in northern Georgia, don’t panic. Call the Law Office of Scott Miller to speak with an Alpharetta speeding ticket lawyer about your case. Contact Attorney Scott Miller at (770) 408-1001. He has experience representing clients and winning speeding ticket cases, and he is available to help you.