2017 Georgia Code
Title 40 - Motor Vehicles and Traffic
Chapter 6 - Uniform Rules of the Road
Article 1 - General Provisions
- § 40-6-1. Observance of chapter required; punishment for violations generally; maximum fines for certain offenses
- § 40-6-2. Obedience to authorized persons directing traffic
- § 40-6-3. Chapter refers to operation of vehicles on highways; exceptions
- § 40-6-4. Persons riding animals or driving animal drawn vehicles
- § 40-6-5. Persons working on highways
- § 40-6-6. Authorized emergency vehicles
- § 40-6-7. Operation of motor vehicles in parades
- § 40-6-8. Rights of owners of real property
- § 40-6-9. Challenges to speed limits and other traffic regulations established or enforced by local governing authorities
- § 40-6-10. Insurance requirements for operation of motor vehicles generally
- § 40-6-10.1. Financial responsibility requirements of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
- § 40-6-11. Insurance requirements for operation of motorcycles
- § 40-6-12. Subsequent violation; proof of financial responsibility
- § 40-6-13. Courts having jurisdiction to try offenses
- § 40-6-14. Limits on sound volume produced by radio, tape player, or other mechanical sound-making device or instrument from within the motor vehicle.
- § 40-6-15. Knowingly driving motor vehicle on suspended, canceled, or revoked registration a misdemeanor; punishment
- § 40-6-16. Spencer Pass Law; procedure for passing stationary authorized emergency vehicles, stationary towing or recovery vehicles, stationary highway maintenance vehicles, or stationary utility service vehicles
- § 40-6-16.1. "Sanitation worker" defined; traffic rules for operators of vehicles when sanitation workers present; penalty.
- § 40-6-17. Prohibited use of traffic-control device preemption emitter; penalty
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