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  • Happy Thanksgiving from Jones & Swanson
    Happy Thanksgiving from Jones & Swanson

    Thanksgiving is for many people one of the most anticipated holidays of the year, and it’s finally here! We all enjoy this time of joy, good food and fellowship with family and friends. As exciting as ...

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  • Northwest Corridor Express Lanes Now Open
    Northwest Corridor Express Lanes Now Open

    Metro Atlanta commuters will have an opportunity to cut down on their daily commutes and time in their vehicles. After almost four years of construction, the Northwest Corridor Express Lanes opened ...

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  • Common Causes of Wrong Way Auto Accidents
    Common Causes of Wrong Way Auto Accidents

    Georgia roadways and interstates are packed with vehicles every day – often times leading to auto accidents of all kinds. Of the many types of crashes, some that are less common but very dangerous are ...

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  • Operation Southern Shield Roadway Safety Program
    Operation Southern Shield Roadway Safety Program

    This week, Georgia is joining four nearby states to promote roadway safety by placing extra emphasis on drivers speeding or operating a vehicle unsafely. This program, Operation Southern Shield, is ...

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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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  • 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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