While getting one minor speeding ticket may not seem like a major problem and might only put a minor dent in your wallet, an accumulation of more serious driving offenses can have a serious impact on your life. Your driving record begins the day you receive your Georgia license until the day you stop driving for good. Furthermore, the more violations you rack up, the more the consequences can affect your life.
A simple speeding ticket might only cause your insurance rates to go up fractionally but a citation for reckless driving, a driving under the influence (DUI) charge or other more serious offenses can impact not only your finances but your professional life as well. You could also be in danger of losing your right to vote. Here are some ways that a bad driving record can wreck your life.