At a DUI checkpoint in GA, law enforcement officers set up a designated area to stop vehicles and check for signs of impaired driving. They typically use cones, signs, and flashing lights to signal drivers to stop. Upon approaching the checkpoint, drivers are asked to provide their driver’s license, vehicle registration, and proof of insurance. Officers may also ask questions about the driver’s destination, recent alcohol consumption, or any medications they may be taking. If officers suspect impairment, they may conduct field sobriety tests or request a breathalyzer test. Drivers who are found to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs may be arrested, have their driver’s license suspended, and face legal consequences. The purpose of a DUI checkpoint is to deter impaired driving, promote public safety, and enforce DUI laws.