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Violating the Hands-Free law will cost you, but how much?

You'll have to get rid of your cellphone while you're driving next month. The Hands-Free Law goes into effect and officers are ready to hand out tickets.

Milledgeville Police Department prepares for road checks this summer

The Milledgeville Police Department's Specialized Patrol Unit (SPU) is preparing for 100 Days of Summer H.E.A.T.

Governor’s Office of Highway Safety reminds you to drive sober

As you make plans for New Year's Eve celebrations, make plans to have a designated driver if you plan to drink. The Governor's Office of Highway Safety wants to remind you that there will be an increase of patrols and sobriety checkpoints during the holiday weekend.

Governor’s Office of Highway Safety wants you to travel safely this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is two days away and many of you are already hitting the road. The Governor's Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) says this time of year is the busiest for roadways.
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Officials warn drivers to reduce speed in midst of wet conditions

With scattered storms across Middle Georgia come slippery wet roads. Lieutenant Scott Davis with the Bibb County Sheriff's Office traffic division says pouring rain means something else pouring in on gloomy days.
The Georgia State Patrol hopes you'll stay safe on the roads this holiday season.video

Governor’s Office of Highway Safety: Travel safely this holiday season

“Statistically if you look at what causes accidents, it is predominantly driver behavior," said Georgia Department of Public Safety Commissioner Col. Mark McDonough. You'll probably be on the road heading somewhere this holiday season.
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Safety concerns high with holiday season approaching

The Georgia State Patrol gets in the car just like you. "We want people to go enjoy this state," said Director Harris Blackwood with the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety. They're trying to keep you safe on the roads.

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