Georgia’s Driving Laws Evolve

Technology seems to be the key in Georgia’s fight to keep the highways and streets safe. According to Rome News-Tribune, two recent laws have made it safer for drivers, through the use of smartphones and ignition interlock devices. In order to decrease the number of people who have lost insurance cards, law enforcement officials may now accept electronic proof via smartphone. The law specific to the interlock devices make it mandatory for any second-time offender to install a device in his or her vehicle for 12 months. Previously, those offenders had a choice of a four-month installation with a probationary license, or a full license suspension for 120 days. Read more here: Holiday drivers have new rules of the road

 

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