Over the years, Peachtree City has seen dramatic increases in commuter traffic and commercial traffic, including large trucks traversing the city en route to and from local industrial complexes. With many large trucks on our roads, the risks and hazards have increased and make our local streets and highways particularly dangerous to cars, motorcycles, and pedestrians. With a large number of cars and trucks on Peachtree City roads nowadays mixed together with large numbers of pedestrians, bicyclists, and golf carts, traffic accidents are becoming commonplace.
The geographic center of Peachtree City is generally considered to be the intersection of Georgia State Route 54 and Georgia State Route 74. Peachtree City also lies between two major metropolitan Atlanta interstates highway as well. Peachtree City has a system of golf cart paths which spider across the town and provide a secondary means of access to almost any destination within city limits. Many places of business have specially designated golf cart parking spaces and the Peachtree City Police Department has several golf carts that patrol along the paths. Over 9000 households own a golf cart, more than any other city in the world, and use it as an extra vehicle for local transportation. Children aged twelve or over may operate a cart on Peachtree City cart paths with a parent, grandparent or guardian in the front seat. Unaccompanied fifteen-year-olds with valid Georgia Learner's Permits are allowed to operate golf carts alone.
If you or a loved one are injured in a car accident in Peachtree City or the surrounding area of Fayette County, you should consult Georgia Super Lawyer Jason R. Schultz, an attorney familiar with the Peachtree City area and the Fayette County court system. Jason R. Schultz, a Georgia serious personal injury and wrongful death attorney, can help you receive compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages and loss in quality of life.