Georgia Traffic Laws
Below you will find links to traffic laws and driving rules in Georgia -- including the online vehicle code, statutes on common traffic violations, and state-specific driving manuals (where available).
|Drinking & Driving Violations||Driving under the influence of alcohol (Georgia Code 40-6-391)|
|Driving Without a License / With a Suspended License||Valid driver's license required (Georgia Code 40-5-20)|
|Driving Without Insurance / With Insufficient Insurance||Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Act (Georgia Code 40-9-1)|
|Driving Without Registration / With Expired Registration||Valid registration required (Georgia Code 40-6-15)|
|Illegal U-Turn||U-turns (Georgia Code 40-6-121)|
|Leaving the Scene of an Accident / Hit & Run||Accidents; duties of drivers (Georgia Code 40-6-270)|
|Mechanical Violations||Vehicles and equipment (Georgia Code scroll to 40-8-7 to 40-8-90)|
|Reckless Driving||Reckless driving (Georgia Code 40-6-390)|
|Running a Red Light / Stop Sign||Traffic signals (Georgia Code 40-6-21)|
|Seat Belt / Child Restraint Violations||Safety belts (Georgia Code 40-8-76)|
|Speeding||Speed limits (Georgia Code 40-6-181)|
|Unlawful Vehicle Modifications||Vehicles and equipment (Georgia Code 40-8-7 to 40-8-90)|
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