DDS Reports

This is the gateway to statistical information produced by the Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) Information Technology (IT) Department. 


Request reports through DRIVES, our online services platform. Currently, you can request the "Voter Opt-In Report" and the "Move Over Report" through the link below. We are in the process of converting more reports to this new format, and this section will be updated accordingly.


The Monthly Valid Driver Summary Report is a monthly report that shows the collective totals of Georgia Drivers. By age, gender, license category (Commercial, Non-Commercial, Identification Card, and Permit), license class. 


The DUI Data Reports show the total count of Administrative License Suspensions (ALS), Refusals, and Driving Under the Influence (DUI) convictions processed at DDS within a calendar year, summarized by process year and by county.


The DDS Distracted Driver Reports show a count of distracted driver convictions processed at DDS. The reports itemize the convictions by conviction code, process date, violation date, and county where the violation occurred. 

Commercial Driver's License Driver Shortages 

DDS and members of the CDL stakeholder group have already taken proactive and strategic steps to address the challenges current and prospective CDL drivers faced before the release of the State of Georgia Executive Order 11.23.2021. However, members of the CDL stakeholder group acknowledge a need for stronger inter-agency collaboration and cross-sector solutions. The following recommendations, developed by the stakeholder group, reflect a balance of feasibility, cost-effectiveness, and timely solutions that can help address Georgia's commercial truck driver shortages.

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