Whether you are driving through town or cruising on the interstate, you share the road with other motorists. When you travel I-75 you certainly see plenty of semi-trucks hauling along. When you got your license, you learned the basics of being a safe driver. Today, you continue to use these skills and other tips you’ve picked up along the way.
There are many things that could leave you facing considerable debt. Perhaps you suffered a major medical emergency which led to crushing medical bills. Maybe a loss of income through a divorce or unemployment caused your bills and debt to pile up. Or perhaps circumstances combined with a high credit card interest rate to leave you with a level of credit card debt that worries you greatly.
Disobeying the speed limit is not a rare crime. The truth is, many Georgia drivers do it every day for a multitude of reasons—some perhaps justifiable, and many others not. Regardless, for lead-footed motorists, when an officer pulls them over, they can usually expect a costly ticket. This can bring negative consequences to an individual’s insurance rates, and for commercial drivers, possibly detrimental effects to their career.
Decisions about child custody and visitation are undoubtedly best when designed by the parents of the child and not by the court. However, the court has laws and regulations associated with child custody issues ready to enforce when parents cannot come to an agreement. These laws vary by state, but the general rule is to allow both parents an allotted time based on the best interest of the child.
Even in Georgia, it seems like there’s ice everywhere, from your driveway to the roads and to the parking lots.
Like so many older Americans, you want to keep your home. However, your mounting medical debt seems to have other ideas. Healthcare is one of the most significant expenses in retirement, and for many seniors, it can get out of control.
Let’s face it: going through a divorce is one of the most the most stressful ordeals you can face in life. With the sudden prospect of major changes to you and your children’s lives, it can be easy to be ill-prepared, even when you have your loved ones’ best interests in mind.
The heart skips a beat anytime the cherries flash in the rearview. When that traffic stop turns into a DUI citation it’s an even bigger concerns. Drunk driving puts others at great risk, and a DUI ticket is expensive and damaging for years to come.
Your career is in your hands when you’re holding the steering wheel. Anyone with a commercial driver’s license knows that you’re never truly off the clock. What you do on your own time in your own vehicle will reflect on your career—and potentially damage it.