June 6, 2005
Albany-- The state is launching a website that will allow you to report good or bad driving by state employees. Crashes caused by drivers in state vehicles cost Georgia more than $10.5 million since 2002. Governor Sonny Perdue hopes www.reportmydriving.ga.gov will reduce that amount.
Bumper stickers advertising the website will be affixed to all of the state's more than 20-thousand vehicles, except law enforcement vehicles. It's part of a series of reforms to tighten policies and reduce expenses for the use of state vehicles.
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