Georgia Drivers Ed - Tag
A president of Safe America, a non-profit organization, has announced a launch of a new drivers ed program that will be provided for high school freshmen in Georgia.
The certificate of attendance in Georgia must be presented at the DDS when an underage student applies for the Georgia drivers license. The certificate of attendance must be signed by the student’s school officials.
If you are a teen looking to obtain your first drivers license, you will be required to complete a drivers education class approved by the DDS in Georgia. Thankfully, drivers ed classes are offered throughout various locations and as of recently, you can also take Georgia drivers education online.
As of January 2007, all Georgia drivers license applicants who are under the age of 17 must complete 40 hours of supervised driving with their parents. The Georgia teen driving guide can help both teenagers and parents plan their driving lessons.