How much is an improper lane change ticket in Georgia?

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An improper lane change means changing lanes while driving when you are not supposed to do so. Crossing a solid yellow line or changing lanes without a signal are both improper ways to change lanes. The cost of an improper lane change ticket in Georgia varies by county.
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Mine was $130. I assume it depends on the municipality. I assume you're asking this question because you keep calling but they don't have any information and tell you to call back
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An improper lane change is one made in a time or place that is
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The Virginia code does speak to using your turn signal (see § 46.2-848) as well as safe lane changing (e.g. § 46.2-804 and § 46.2-838) You don't say what you're charged
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Driving like an idiot is not the fault of the cops. It's YOUR fault. Improper lane change, if it was in an intersection, will cost you big. $600 dollars.
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