We are the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety. Our goal is to reduce the incidents of impaired driving, speeding and driving without a properly buckled safety belt. Learn more at www.gahighwaysafety.org.
MARTA: Take to Georgia State Station. Right across from the Georgia Capitol.
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During last year’s 102-hour Thanksgiving travel period, Georgia experienced 19 traffic fatalities. THAT is why we say #ClickItOrTicket.
Georgia saw 376 unbelted traffic fatalities in 2013...more than alcohol or speed-related fatalities. THAT is why we say Click It or Ticket.
Every year, we use the Thanksgiving travel period to remind Georgia motorists about the importance of buckling up. The #ClickItorTicket campaign begins next week. Be an example. Buckle up every trip, every time.
Rain hasn't let up in metro Atlanta, so once again, we'd like to remind motorists everywhere to drive for road conditions. And don't forget that the best defense against other careless drivers is a buckled seatbelt. #SlowDown #BuckleUp
Good Morning, Georgia motorists! As the rain continues in metro Atlanta, please remember to drive for the road conditions and not for how late you might be. Buckle up, slow down and put away the cell phone.
Knock knock. Who’s there? Boo. Boo who? You’ll be crying ‘boo hoo’ if you drive drunk because Georgia is a #ZeroTolerance state. #DriveSober #BuzzedDriving is #DrunkDriving
Before you even plan your costume, plan your sober ride home from the Halloween party. #BuzzedDriving is #DrunkDriving
When you wear your seat belt as a front-seat occupant of a passenger car, your risk of fatal injury goes down by 45 percent. For light-truck occupants, that risk is reduced by 60 percent. THAT is why we say #ClickItOrTicket.
301 people killed in U.S. traffic crashes during '13 Thanksgiving travel period. 58% were unbuckled. THAT is why we say #ClickItOrTicket.
Today, we are partnering with the Georgia Department of Public Safety and Georgia Southern University for a Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) training class in honor of the upcoming 6-month anniversary of the I-16 tractor trailer crash that killed 5 GSU nursing students. Non-motor carrier officers will have the chance to gain additional instruction in commercial motor vehicle citations, crash investigations and crash prevention.