GA 144 & GA 119

Fort Stewart, GeorgiaJan 04, 20032 Comments

Military Police strictly enforce the 55 & 45 zones on these roads within the post, count on seeing at least 1 when passing through (last week I saw 5 on GA 144 within 5 miles). Not sure of the fines, but if you are a civilian count on getting a citation if you are stopped. You can appeal to the Military Court but I have heard that this is a waste of time.

I was pulled over and I am retired, the MP was timid, and I tore him a new butt. He asked me if I could run your license and I told him no. I was not doing 45 from a dead stop at a stop sign. Someone at the MP station told him to give me a ticket and I just laughed. The moral of this story is the MP'S are inept.
#1Sep 20, 2010Report Abuse
Between 2 and 4 Fort Stewart traffic units are patrolling Georgia 144 in Liberty County between Georgia 119 and the Bryan County line. They will also patrol Georgia 119 from Georgia 144 to approximately mile marker 32. These patrols are very aggressive and each one will make an average of 5 traffic stops per hour, mostly in the 45 mph zone west of the Holbrook Pond camping area entrance.
#2Nov 19, 2017Report Abuse

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