I commuted to Atlanta for a couple years for a job. Speed enforcement in Georgia is similar to Ohio = you can get hit anywhere and anytime. Without jammers, it's probably wise to drive near the speed limit around Atlanta.
That's correct - nothing less than 10 over unless you are driving too fast for conditions or speeding through a school zone.Everyone but the State Police must give you 10
Yup, I forgot to mention that. Sorry.construction zones
Absolutely!! About 6 years ago, I had to go pick up my son who was visiting friends in Florida and had to drive through a 30 mile, 45 MPH, construction zone stretch of I85, from ATL down toward Columbus. At the time of night I was going through there, traffic was extremely light. It was a slaughter zone with blue lights flashing, sometimes several, every mile or so. GSP, every city, every county that had a piece of that highway had every available speed enforcement in their arsenal out there. I nailed my cruise control on 44, cuz they weren't cutting no slack.construction zones have become a place they utilize a lot recently