GA Department of Driver Services (DDS) Receives New Grant

New Grant

Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program (GMSP) Announces Grant Award

Funds Earmarked to Promote State and National Safety Initiatives

GA Driver Services Commissioner Announces New Grant Funding Dedicated to Reducing Human Trafficking in Transportation Industry

Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) Commissioner Spencer R. Moore recently announced receipt of a grant award totaling $312,576  from the U.S.

Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) Commissioner Reminds Riders “Stop the Dangerous Ride: Making the Road Safe for Motorcyclists.”

The Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) and its Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program (GMSP) offers a glimpse into the challenges of cycling for riders and the motoring public.  The first-time “cyclist Craig” road a dirt bike he was fourteen.

GA Driver Services Launches New Mobile App DDS 2 GO

Download for Free and Keep a Licensing Office in Your Pocket

State Driver Services Commissioner Elected to International Industry Board

Commissioner Spencer R. Moore, Department of Driver Services (DDS), joins the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA) International Board of Directors. Elected by his peers from across the country, Commissioner Moore will serve as 1 of 12 members of the Board of Directors.

GA Driver Services Commissioner Returns from Prestigious Law Enforcement Leadership Training

Commissioner Spencer R. Moore of the Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) recently returned from Israel after an intensive two weeks of public safety and counterterrorism training with the country’s top policing executives. 

State Driver Services Receives Multiple Industry Awards

Agency Honored for Investigative Services and Community Service

Hands Free Georgia Law (HB673)

Effective July 1, 2018, pursuant to 40-6-241(c), all drivers operating a motor vehicle on any highway of this state are prohibited from:

State Driver Services Says “Share the Road” for Spring Break!

It is time for schools in Georgia to celebrate spring break, and that means that many people are planning road trips.