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What is the Georgia Super Speeder Law?
The Super Speeder Law stipulates that regular speeders will become Super Speeders when they are cited for driving over 75 miles per hour on a two lane road, or 85 miles per hour on any road or highway within Georgia.
In 2010, Georgia passed a new law designed to punish those who speed excessively. Those charged as a Super Speeder will face the fines and points that come with a standard speeding ticket. In addition to standard speeding ticket fines, the state will charge an additional $200 for your excessive speed. The fine goes directly to the Georgia Department of Driver Services and is essentially an administrative penalty.