Which of our states in the U.S. has the Worst Speed Traps?

Which of our states in the U.S. has the sneakiest speeding traps, gives the most expensive fines for first time speeders or will cost a speeder the most? Read and learn….. http://ow.ly/ng0oK

Red Light Cameras Along Your Route? There’s An App For That

With the growth of mobile technology and most notably, smart phones with access to the Android Market or the Mac/iPhone/iPad App store, figured it would only be a matter of time before someone came up with the great idea of sharing information regarding speed traps and red light cameras and making it available to others via an app.  Free apps include RadarActive Speed Traps, Trapster, iRoadAlert, paid apps range in price from $10 month for PhantomAlert to 99 cents f0r SpeedCam Live, SpeedTraps Live and a few others.

Reviews vary for the different apps but most agree that a monthly subscription fee of $10 might be a bit much even with all the bells and whistles that PhantomAlert claims to have. Trapster refers to their app’s users as a “social community” dedicated to sharing information about how to avoid a speed trap, red light cam or even hazardous road conditions. For those who have already racked up points on their driving record or paid traffic ticket fines that they thought were sky high, a little app can go a long way, just don’t become so absorbed in looking at the app on your phone that you forget to concentrate on the road in front of you.

If you do get a traffic or speeding ticket in Georgia, contact Georgia Traffic Ticket Lawyer Scott Fortas for a free ticket consult.

Jackson County Georgia – Another GA Speed Trap

If you are traveling through Jackson County Georgia, better obey all traffic laws as their city police exhibit some of the toughest traffic enforcement in Georgia The municipal police departments (Jefferson, Commerce, Arcade, Pendergrass, and Braselton) all concentrate on major highways 129, 441 and I-85, and also will nab you for minor traffic violations, such as running stop signs and improper lane changes.

Arcade and Pendergrass are the worst, as they will stop you for going 1 over through their towns. Jefferson, Braselton, and Commerce are less strict (5-10 over speed limit max) but they will still ticket you for anything more than this. Self survey shows that incorporated cities along the four-lane 129 bypass make about $1.5 million per year in traffic tickets. Town of Braselton has city limits on interstate 85, and they seem to be lying in wait here all the time. Commerce occasionally watches 441, but not as frequently.

Most agree that this is the most important source of revenue for the towns within Jackson County, so don’t expect any leniency from the officer who stops you any time soon!

For legal help with a traffic ticket or speeding ticket in Jackson County Georgia or any other county in Georgia visit Georgia Traffic Ticket  Attorney.