Those accused of such "super speeding" offenses will pay a hefty fine to the jurisdiction where the violation occurred. Within thirty days, the state's motor vehicle department will mail a bill demanding a separate $200 payment. This secondary punishment must be paid within ninety days of conviction, as those who cannot afford the fee will have their license automatically suspended. Those who fail to receive the bill or suspension notice in the mail are out of luck because the new law does not require any effort on the part of the state to ensure the letter is actually received.
"No other notice shall be required to make the driver's license suspension effective," Georgia Code Section 40-6-189 states.
License suspension under the new law become even more lucrative by imposing a $100 "restoration fee" for license reinstatement.
Wednesday, January 06, 2010
Ga targets "super speeders" with separate $200 fine
Posted by Ben Cunningham at 6:49 AM