This just pisses me off, Georgia has passed a bill where if your caught going over 75 MPH on two lane highways its an extra $200.00. If 85 MPH on four lane highways it $200.00 extra dollars. See Article Below:
I lived in GA - metro-Atlanta, northern suburbs of Roswell-Alpharetta, for a number of years (90s).
Everyone there, when I lived there, drove faster than those defined "Super Speeder" limits.
I don't see a realistic way to enforced such limits, particularly as they are so low-set.
If they'd have made it more realistic, and set each respective limit at least 15 MPH, if not 20 MPH, higher, I think then they would more truly reflect those who were blatantly engaged in illegal behavior, rather than those who are just keeping up with the flow of traffic!