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  • New Hands-Free Technology Law Effective in July
    New Hands-Free Technology Law Effective in July

    Governor Nathan Deal recently signed House Bill 673, requiring Georgia drivers to use hands-free technology while using electronic devices when operating a vehicle. The bill will go into effect July ...

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  • Motorcycle Awareness Month 2018
    Motorcycle Awareness Month 2018

    May is Motorcycle Safety Month and serves as a reminder to us all the importance of safely sharing the road with motorcyclists. With the warm Georgia weather upon us, it’s likely you’ll start seeing ...

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  • Andrew Jones Recognized in Top 25 Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers Association
    Andrew Jones Recognized in Top 25 Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers Association

    The founding partner of Jones & Swanson, Andrew Jones, was recently recognized as a member of the Top 25 Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers Association . This professional achievement is an invitation-only ...

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  • Uber Self-Driving Vehicle Testing Halts Following Pedestrian Accident
    Uber Self-Driving Vehicle Testing Halts Following Pedestrian Accident

    In late March, Uber made national news after a pedestrian was struck and killed by a self-driving vehicle in Tempe, Arizona. The car, a Volvo XC90 SUV, was equipped with a sensor system and in ...

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  • What Determines Auto Insurance Rates?
    What Determines Auto Insurance Rates?

    In Georgia and across the nation, citizens are required by law to insure the vehicles that they drive. Sometimes, this insurance can be reasonable and other times it’s quite expensive, but do people ...

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  • Are Backup Cameras Improving Safety?
    Are Backup Cameras Improving Safety?

    Most drivers who have used backup cameras in their vehicles would say, “Once you have a backup camera, it’s hard to go back.” Backup cameras have definitely improved the driving experience. They alert ...

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