Ok now that I've got your attention with this ridiculous sounding question, I promise there's a real question that I'd love the locals to answer for me:
Towards Christmas I am planning to take a trip that sends me through Georgia. The last time I took this route I was fairly confused by traffic patterns in Georgia. I was going 90 in a 65 on I-75 close to Atlanta and was still getting consistently bullied into the far right lane by drivers going what I'd estimate to be in the triple-digits. Now at the time I was driving a car that absolutely could not safely handle such speeds, but at any rate even if I were I probably wouldn't find it in my nature to go that much over the limit.
So from that, I initially concluded that there must not be much traffic enforcement in Georgia.... Then, like 20 miles later, I got a laser hit off my RD, going 10 over at the time following a rabbit, and two chasers came out of the shoulder and pulled over cars in front of me that I estimated to be going at my speed. I never got sight of the targeter but looking back it was probably an overpass setup that I had never encountered before at the time.
So... my question is, what's the general traffic enforcement pattern like in various parts of the Georgia interstate system? It seems like it's "aggressively but rarely enforced" to me?