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Teenage & Adult Driver Responsibility Act (TADRA) is a graduated driver's license program for young drivers ages 15 to 18. It involves an intense, three-step educational process that allows the young driver to gain more experience behind the wheel with certain restrictions in place. As you complete the requirements of your current permit or license, you are allowed to graduate to a less restrictive license and eventually receive a full unrestricted license.
Teen Driver Education - Senate Bill 226 also known as "Joshua's Law" requires 16 and 17 years old to do complete training and curriculum before obtaining a driver's license. Learn more at Joshua's Law Requirements | Georgia Department of Driver Services.
This learner's permit is granted to 15-year-olds upon successfully passing a written test.
This license is granted to drivers 16 and 17 years of age who have held an Instructional Permit for 1 yr and 1 day and passed a driving test.
A driver's license given once you are 18 years of age and older.
Click here to schedule a road test for acquiring a Learner's Permit, Class D or Class C. For more information regarding road test appointments and required documents, please visit Road Test | Georgia Department of Driver Services.