On her 27th birthday in early April, Ontario-native Emily Nield got pulled over by Georgia police for speeding. After a police officer allegedly said her documentation—which included a Canadian driver’s license and not a hard-copy of a passport—was invalid, the officer handcuffed Nield and sent her to jail, CBC reports…
There are a lot of reasons why it had do go down like this. One of them is that I started our journey without ever believing our old Lada could make it more than 3,500 miles on a brutal drive from Budapest to the Armenian capital of Yerevan. I couldn’t have been more wrong—but it still never got to go home.
It is no surprise that San Francisco is the number one metro area for EVs, but I would have never guessed that Atlanta would be number two. It seems Georgia dealers have not taken too kindly to this EV popularity and are now petitioning the state legislature to get Tesla shut-down.
Once again, a license plate is responsible for controversy in the South, but this time it's not over a clever joke in Virginia. This time it centers around the darkest chapter in American history and the ugly legacy it brings up.
Jason Joel, the co-owner of Mall of Georgia Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Buford, Georgia, is getting really sick of people stealing cars off his lot. After the latest one was taken on Monday, he's offering a reward for its safe return, and even more if the info leads to a conviction.
If you watched the infamous street drifting E34 M5 video and said 'that guy is going to die in a car crash,' you'd be right. Surprisingly, the reckless Giorgi Tevzadze wasn't driving at the time.
Tornadoes ripped through northwest Georgia this morning, overturning cars and trucks on Interstate 75 and demolishing homes and businesses, according to news reports.
There is no other way to put it: This is the most reckless drift video I've ever seen outside the Arabian Peninsula.
Georgia! It's a bastion of decency and morality nestled deep within the Bible Belt. And for that reason, state officials can't let people drive around with whatever they want on their vanity license plates. Of course not! Such brazen displays of impropriety could upset people and cause them to riot in the streets.
Talking on the phone while driving is bad. Drinking and driving is worse. Doing both is unacceptable. But if you crashed your car while drunk driving and talking on the phone, you'd get off the phone, right?
You miss your dead homie, sure, but how much? Would you stop traffic on a major freeway by doing donuts in your muscle car? That's what these mourners did on Atlanta's 285 this Monday.
A Coca-Cola delivery driver in central Georgia got the shock of his life when a wild turkey smashed through the driver's side of his windshield last Monday.
A 21-year-old Georgia man has been charged with assault following a stabbing at an off-roaders' party Saturday night. The argument that precipitated it? Ford versus Chevy.
Nick Ayers is the campaign manager for Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty's bid to be the Republican presidential nominee in 2012. Five years ago, while running a campaign for Georgia's governor, he was stopped for drunk driving. His attempt to talk his way out through politics just came to light.
Eight U.S.-built C-130 Hercules military transports bought by Libya are sitting in a field on the grounds of Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Georgia. Moammar Gaddafi bought the planes but, when politics shifted, the U.S. military grounded them. Now the crazy dictator wants a $70 million refund.
Georgia State Rep. Bobby Franklin wants to stop government from "licensing" drivers, saying driving is an "inalienable right." He also wants Georgia to pay its bills in gold and bar mandatory vaccinations. Apocalypses don't just start themselves, y'all.
Amid discussions of global terror threats and the nuances of diplomacy in faraway embassies in the WikiLeaks diplomatic cables release, we focused on the juicy tidbits about the downsides of armored travel and the fun of jet-skiing while drunk.
Timothy Hird of Winder, Georgia was so sick of people pushing around hybrid drivers he attempted to race a non-hybrid Honda Civic to "prove how fast his Prius could go." The stunt landed the beleaguered Prius owner in jail.
The Georgia legislature just passed a bill making it illegal to drive below the speed limit in the left lane without letting faster cars pass. If the senate doesn't pass this we're torching Atlanta, again. (H/T to Tony!) [Augusta Chronicle]