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All customers must schedule an appointment for in-person services. However, many of your needs can be addressed using DDS Online Services or the DDS 2 GO app.
A Georgia driver’s license (DL) or State Identification (ID) card is an important credential for initiating many services such as cashing a check or boarding an airplane.
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All State-Issued Driver's Licenses and Identification Cards must be Real ID compliant by October 1, 2020, especially if you plan to travel.
The New Year brings an additional option for teens and even older drivers who need a road test for a Georgia driver’s license.
Beginning Tuesday, January 21st, customers will visit the Department of Driver Services (DDS) at a temporary location during renovations at the present center.
State’s Electronic Conviction Processing System (GECPS)
Don’t let Fall and Winter Weather Keep You from Riding Your Motorcycle
Grant Funding dedicated to Teen Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program (ADAP)
Department of Driver Services (DDS) reminds Georgia veterans and active military personnel of special licensing and testing services dedicated to them year-round.
The Department of Driver Services (DDS) Commissioner Spencer R. Moore recently welcomed Governor Brian P. Kemp to the Conyers licensing center to renew his Georgia driver’s license.