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Teen Driving 130+ MPH

Early in the morning on June 28th, a teenager was allegedly involved in a car break-in and led deputies on a dangerous high-speed chase in Coweta County. The chase began at around 4:30 a.m. and the teen was driving a Hyundai Sonata down Amlajack Boulevard.

It’s crucial to avoid exceeding the speed limit of 130 MPH, as it poses a significant risk to both the driver and others on the road. For instance, on I-85 in Gwinnett County, most vehicles already travel between 65.3 and 71.3 miles per hour. During the car chase, the teenager likely drove at twice the average speed of I-85, which is alarming. Safety should always be a top priority, especially for young drivers. Driving at such high speeds is dangerous and puts others at risk of accidents or worse. If you do not understand how fast you should be driving and don’t understand the speed limit, A-1 Driving Schools is here to help with informative driving lessons on everything from speed limits to parallel parking.

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