Drivers convicted of speeding at 75 MPH or more on a two-lane road, or 85 MPH and above on any road or highway in Georgia, are considered “Super Speeders” under state law. In addition to the fines and fees paid to the jurisdiction where the offense occurred, Super Speeders must pay an additional $200 fee to the state. This doesn’t account for the increased insurance payments or license consequences. Just because you’re not charged as a Super Speeder does not mean that you should take the matter less seriously. Regular speeding tickets in Georgia can also have severe penalties.
Before paying your speeding ticket, contact my office today to first discuss your options, and how you may be able to save money by avoiding substantial financial penalties, increased insurance premiums, and negative license repercussions—including suspension of driving privileges.