Georgia Learner's Permit Test
The Georgia DDS or Department of Driver Services is responsible for issuing learner’s permits, drivers licenses, vehicle registrations and titles, highway safety and maintaining driving records. The GA DDS website is well designed and easy to use, though the written test can be tricky. You can use the DDS website to replace or renew your license or schedule an auto, motorcycle or CDL road test.
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Getting Your Learner’s Permit in Georgia
Requirements to Get a Learner’s Permit
The teen applicant must stay in school until they have graduated or are at least 18 years old. The applicant must be at least 15 years of age, have parental consent, and provide appropriate documents such as:
- Social security card
- Proof of identity
- Proof of Georgia residency
- Filled out parental consent form
The applicant must then pass a written knowledge test as well as a vision test. A road test will come later after holding the learners permit for an allotted time frame. After successfully completing the road test, an applicant will be eligible to receive a full privilege, non-restricted Georgia driver’s license.
Driving with a Georgia Learner’s Permit
The newly licensed driver must always be accompanied by another driver 21+ years of age. If at any time a teen driver drops out of or gets expelled from school their driver’s may be suspended. The new driver’s license can also be suspended for sever misbehavior in school such as fighting, drugs, or weapons. With an intermediate license, the driver may only drive between the hours of 6:00am and midnight.
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- Georgia Learner's Permit Info
- Georgia Driver's Handbook
- Georgia DMV Website
- Georgia DMV Locations
- Georgia Learner’s Permit Road Rules Exam
- Driving Restrictions For Teenagers In Georgia
- FREE Georgia DMV Permit Practice Test 2014
- DDS Questions and Answers for the Georgia DDS
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