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Changing Lanes and Passing
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Did you know that Georgia has different requirements for in-car training depending on your age? Here's what you need to do.
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:
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
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.
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:
*If a dependent child of a Georgia taxpayer completes 6-hours of in-car training with a private, DDS-licensed drivers training school, the taxpayer is entitled to a tax credit of up to $150. For more information, visit https://dds.georgia.gov/driver-training.
** University of Nebraska, Lincoln Drivers Education Study 2015.
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