Beginning July 1st, New Rules for 17-year-olds getting their Class D License.
Beginning July 1, 2021, 17-YEAR-OLDS will have to show proof of completing Joshua's Law Driving Training Requirements. For more details, visit Joshua's Law Requirements.
If your Georgia driver’s license has been expired for less than two years, you can renew normally without having to retest. However, if your Georgia driver's license has been expired for two years or more; and you do not hold a valid out-of-state license, you must pass the following tests to obtain a Class C license:
- Road sign test;
- Road rules test;
- Actual driving test;
- Eye test
Additional testing may be required to obtain a Class M, B, or A license. If your Georgia driver's license has expired, but you hold a valid out-of-state license, you must pass an eye test to obtain a Class C License.