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Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) says Happy Veterans Day to all current and former members of the United States Armed Forces!
To commemorate National Teen Driver Safety Week, October 17th through 23rd, Department of Driver Services (DDS) is supporting the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) campaign “Your Teen is in the Driver’s Seat but You are in Control.” This year’s campaign encourages the parents of teen drivers to continue talking about safe driving and provides advice on how to set the rules and be an example before their teens hit the road.
DDS issues Voter IDs that can be used for voting purposes in Georgia. For more information, visit: