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Georgia Driving Lessons

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Independence is just around the corner

  • Schedule Your Lessons with Our Partnered DMV Licensed Instructors
  • Meet All Your Requirements for Getting Your Permit
  • Trained Instructors Using Proven Teaching Methods
  • Get up to $150 in tax credit

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How it Works

Easy Steps: Earn Your License with Georgia Driving Lessons

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Ready to get behind the wheel?

Enter your Zip Code and we’ll help you find a driving school in your area.

Learn driving skills from our partners.

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Schedule Lessons

Schedule lessons at a time that is convenient for you.

When it’s time for your lesson, head to our partner’s location and begin your lessons.

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Start Driving

Our partnered driving school instructor will guide you through everything from starting the car to mastering vehicle control.

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Now Get Your License

Pass the official driving exam and get your license.

Congrats and safe driving!

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Master Key Skills

Every Georgia driving lesson takes place in a top-rated safety car that's easy to maneuver and perfect to learn in!

Freeway Driving

Parallel Parking

Intersections/Traffic

Changing Lanes and Passing

Nighttime Driving

Scanning and Maneuvering

Georgia Driving Lesson Requirements

Did you know that Georgia has different requirements for in-car training depending on your age? Here's what you need to do.

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Additional Driving Lessons Requirements

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Teens Ages 15-16

If you're under age 16 and want to earn your license, the DDS requires that you take in-car training. You have two options:

  1. Take six hours of in-car training with a DDS-licensed driving school like ours, followed by an additional 34 hours (including six at night) with a licensed driver.
  2. Take 40 hours of supervised driving with your parent or guardian (including six hours at night) and fill out every page of the Parent/Teen Driving Guide available through the DDS.

Teens Age 17

If you're 17, you must have 40 hours of supervised driving experience, including at least six hours at night. You'll need to complete the same verification with the Parent/Teen Driving Guide.

Which is right for you? It comes down to two important things: convenience and safety.

At a driving school, you can meet your requirements faster and complete the necessary 40 hours of in-car training with a licensed instructor at your leisure. More importantly, you'll learn from a professional who will show you the most up-to-date safety techniques that will keep you safe for a lifetime of driving. Studies show that teens taught by professionals are three times less likely to be involved in serious accidents than teens taught by their parents.*

With the 40-hour parent training option, you need to make room in your schedule and take detailed notes with the Parent/Teen Driving Guide. After completing the guide, you need to have it signed by a notary public before taking it to the DDS.

Take Advantage of Tax Credit and Car Insurance Savings

Double savings:
When you take our Georgia driving lessons, your parents become eligible for a $150 state income tax credit and can earn an insurance discount!

* Parent-Taught Driver Education in Texas: A Comparative Evaluation, U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration April 2007.

Adults Ages 18 and Older

If you're over 18, we recommend professional driving lessons. Driver's education significantly reduces collisions and traffic violations among new drivers.**

Here are other good reasons:

  • You've moved to Georgia and want to earn a driver's license.
  • You want to drive with skill and confidence.
  • You're a new driver in Georgia and want to practice driving in heavy traffic or roadways.
  • You want to pass the DDS driving test to renew your driver's license.

** University of Nebraska, Lincoln Drivers Education Study 2015.

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