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Georgia Drives

Georgia Drives

Georgia Drives

Georgia Drives

Georgia Drives

Georgia has long been known as one of the most beautiful states in the country, but Georgia does not have a state road. Georgia Drive is an attempt to give the state an identity for tourists and locals alike, and includes a street view map, Georgia places to travel, and information on Georgia attractions and nature.

Drive

Take a tour through Southern history with a drive along the Historic Effingham-Ebenezer Scenic Byway. You can see the historic churches throughout Effingham County, explore American Revolution-era tavern sites, retrace the steps of George Washington and General Sherman and see the ferries and gorgeous waterways along the Savannah River. To take a scenic drive down the Historic Effingham-Ebenezer Scenic byway, get on Interstate 95 to Exit 109, then follow Highway 21 north to Fourth Street in Rincon where the byway begins. (Note: this is a long way from Atlanta. To get to I-95 from Atlanta take I-75 south to I-16 east to I-95 north. Basically, you drive almost to Savannah then head north.)

When you travel along the Cohutta-Chattahoochee Scenic Byway, you’ll find yourself surrounded by peaceful forests, pastoral landscapes and stunning mountain overlooks. This scenic drive has a little bit of everything. It all starts at the historic Prater’s Mill, which takes you through the rolling hills of Murray County, meanders around the Chattahoochee National Forest and ends with a mountaintop overlook. To experience the Cohutta-Chattahoochee Scenic Byway, take Interstate 575/State Route 515 north to Ellijay, then take State Route 52 west towards Chatsworth. (Source: www.ajc.com)

County

In preparation for the statewide system upgrade, DeKalb County Motor Vehicle services will be offline and unavailable for a brief period. Beginning Thursday, May 23, vehicle services will be closed in preparation for the system upgrade. Implementation of the new system will require the vehicle registrations and titling services to be unavailable May 23

According to a press release from the Walton County government, beginning Jan. 13, some location hours may be reduced in preparation for the system upgrade. It will require the vehicle registrations and titling services, including e-Services and tag renewal kiosks, to be unavailable Wednesday, Jan. 13 through Monday, Jan. 18. As a result, vehicle owners with renewal dates in January are encouraged to do so prior to Jan. 13 to avoid delays. (Source: news.monroelocal.org)

 

 

 

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