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Texting and driving

Using Electronic Devices While Driving in Georgia

Using Electronic Devices While Driving in Georgia Using electronic devices while driving in Georgia: Effective July 1, 2010, a new Georgia law prohibits all drivers from using cell phones, laptops, and other electronic devices for text messaging, sending instant messages, e-mails or accessing the Internet while driving a motor vehicle. Additionally, the law forbids drivers …

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Driver License Suspended

GA Drivers License Will Be Suspended For Felony or Misdemeanor Drug Convictions

GA Drivers License Will Be Suspended For Felony or Misdemeanor Drug Convictions What will happen to a GA Driver’s License after a felony or misdemeanor marijuana conviction? A conviction for a misdemeanor drug offense will result in the loss of one’s GA driver’s license for a minimum of six months and as much as five …

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Teen under 21

Drivers License Suspensions in GA Affecting Teenagers and Drivers Under 21

Drivers License Suspensions in GA Affecting Teenagers and Drivers Under 21 If You Are Under 21 Your Driver License May Be Automatically Suspended The GA driver license for persons under 21 years of age will be automatically suspended as of the date of conviction for any of the following charges: Reckless driving; Aggressive driving; Purchasing …

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