Drivers Restrictions - Tag
In certain situation, the Department of Drivers Services may place a restriction onto your Georgia drivers license, a restriction that limits your driving privileges to operating a certain type of vehicles or to driving only when certain conditions are met. A good example is a “daylight driving only” restriction that applies to people who do not meet minimum vision requirements. A separate class of restrictions are the Georgia class D drivers license restrictions, also known as provisional license restrictions, which are part of the state's graduated license program. You can find most of the Georgia drivers license restriction codes in the drivers handbook. In case you do not find a specific code, please call the DDS and they will decipher the code for you.