Various issues cause trucks to be incredibly dangerous

We've all seen pictures and videos of horrific accidents involving large trucks on the highways of Georgia. These trucks transport everything — animals, liquids, clothing, food, hazardous materials and flammable gases. What makes these trucks so dangerous? Aside from the cargo, it can be a litany of other issues.

Steps to take if you come across a possible drunk driver

Drunk drivers are all over Georgia. You might see one on a back road, a highway or even in a parking lot. It's not hard to pinpoint a driver who might be under the influence of drugs or alcohol. They will likely swerve, speed, slam on the brakes, tailgate, fall asleep at the wheel and more. Here are the steps to take if you come across a possible drunk driver in Cumming, Georgia.

Field sobriety tests administered at a traffic stop

Traffic stops are administered all over the state of Georgia for various reasons. Officers are always on the lookout for speeding, distracted driving, weaving, tailgating and impaired driving. If you are stopped for suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI), or you come across a DUI checkpoint, the following field sobriety tests will be put to use by the officer to determine if you are inebriated.

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