Want to get your Georgia driver’s license? Aceable’s Georgia Permit Test Prep can help you ace the permit exam. This drivers ed course will teach you the rules of the road whenever and wherever you want. You’ll get 20 levels of interactive lessons and unlimited practice tests designed to prepare you for the Georgia written knowledge exam.
Important: This is NOT a state-approved course and will not fulfill the 30-hour drivers ed requirement for Georgians under age 17. Aceable’s Georgia Permit Test Prep is a mobile study aid. It’s the perfect course for busy adults and a great study tool for teens.
HOW TO GET YOUR GEORGIA DRIVER’S LICENSE (AGES 15-16)
- Get your Instructional Permit by passing a vision test and knowledge test at your local DDS Customer Service Center. You’ll need to bring proof of your identity, Georgia address, Social Security number, and lawful presence in the U.S. Find examples of acceptable documents here. Bring your parent or guardian along so they can sign your application.
- Complete a 30-hour drivers ed course (online or in person) that has been approved by the Department of Driver Services (DDS). This is a requirement of Joshua’s Law to help protect teen drivers.
- Carry your Instructional Permit for at least 12 months while you rack up 40 behind-the-wheel practice hours with your parent or other licensed adult who is 21 or older.
- Pass the behind-the-wheel driving test to get your Intermediate License. You must be at least 16 years old. Bring these things: ADAP (Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program) certificate, certificate of attendance notarized by your school, your permit, drivers ed certificate, completed Parent Guide from the on-road lessons, vehicle with current insurance and registration, and your parent or guardian.
- Keep your Intermediate license for at least 12 months without any major traffic convictions. Curfews and passenger restrictions will be lifted when you turn 18. At that point, your license becomes a full driver license.
HOW TO GET YOUR GEORGIA DRIVER’S LICENSE (AGE 17 AND UP)
- Get your Instructional Permit by passing a vision test and knowledge test at your local DDS Customer Service Center. You’ll need to bring proof of your identity, Social Security number, lawful presence in the U.S, and Georgia residence. Find examples of acceptable documents here.
- Carry your permit while you practice driving under the supervision of a licensed adult who is 21 or older. You will need to get 40 hours of behind-the-wheel practice.
- Pass the on-road driving test to get your driver license. Freedom!
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