Motorists with disabled vehicles on Georgia’s rural interstates will receive help from a new program the Georgia DOT is launching next week in northeast Georgia.

Called CHAMP for Coordinated Highway and Maintenance Program, the new service will be similar to metro Atlanta’s HERO program, but will be on interstate highways outside the metro area. The first leg to receive service will be Interstate 85 from Georgia Highway 20 to the South Carolina State line. 

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