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Georgia Laws

Having a driver's license comes with immense responsibility to yourself, your passengers and other drivers on the roads and highways. Part of that responsibility includes knowing the rules of the road.

At iRideSafe™ we believe it is always a good idea for both new and experienced drivers to learn about new traffic safety laws. It is also important for everyone to re-fresh their memory about existing highway safety laws. Please keep in mind that each state's legislature has the ability to add new legislation and amend existing laws every year. Every driver needs to be familiar with the applicable current highway and traffic safety laws in the state which they are traveling and driving.

The information and quick links presented below are designed to give you some high level details about the specific laws listed below. We hope you will find it helpful. (It is not intended as an exhaustive summary of each law, nor is it intended to cover every law that is applicable to motor vehicles. Also, please note that the information below is focused on Georgia law, and different laws can apply in other states) *.


*This Website provides general information related to the law. The purpose of the website is to provide a resource for driver and child passenger safety. This website does not provide legal advice and iRideSafe™ is not a law firm. None of our representatives are lawyers and they also do not provide legal advice. Although we go to great lengths to make sure our information is accurate and useful, we recommend you consult a lawyer if you want legal advice. This information was current on the date it was posted, but is subject to change. No attorney-client or confidential relationship exists or will be formed between you and iRideSafe™ or any of our representatives.

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