A new Georgia law began on January 1, 2010 that defined a “Super Speeder” as a driver who has been convicted of either:
- Driving 75 miles per hour or more on a two lane road, or
- Driving 85 miles per hour or more on any road
By paying the citation online or entering a guilty or nolo plea you receive a conviction of your driving history. Such a conviction will result in an additional $200 fine to be paid to the Georgia Department of Driver Services. You will be given 120 days to pay this additional $200 fine. But failure to pay it on time will result in your driver’s license being suspended. To get your driver’s license reinstated, you will have to pay the $200 fine plus a $50 reinstatement fee. The inadvertent loss of your driver’s license will create a serious financial hardship. So it is very important to hire a traffic attorney experienced in defending these super speeder tickets, preserving driving privileges, and reducing or eliminating the points on your driver’s license and other costly consequences.
As a Georgia Trial Attorneys super speeder client, you will receive professional, compassionate and aggressive representation backed by the support of an expert legal team who will take the time to understand, prepare and handle every case as if we were the client. We pride ourselves on our responsiveness to our clients, ensuring each client is treated as an individual and not just another file number. We welcome anyone to simply call us at 678-667-8965 for a free confidential consultation and answers to questions you may have if you’ve received a citation for a super speeder speeding ticket.