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Georgia Teen Driving: Safety is First (and Second and Third)

Georgia Teen Driving: Safety is First (and Second and Third)

“Teen driving: things to do (safely)”. This should be the most important consideration when you start learning to drive, not just in Georgia but anywhere in these United States. SAFETY is Paramount: More Important than Anything The last year for which figures are...

Don’t Hate the Georgia Drivers Test Online: Study & Pass

Don’t Hate the Georgia Drivers Test Online: Study & Pass

Let’s face it: everybody hates having to take tests. And when you are a teenager, it seems that life is just one long round of tests. Tests for this, tests for that. It’s just tests, tests, tests. It’s fair to say that everybody detests tests! However, can you just...

Online Georgia Drivers Ed Testing: As Easy as Riding a Bike

Online Georgia Drivers Ed Testing: As Easy as Riding a Bike

You probably know how to ride a bike. Yes? You just jump on, and off you go. Simple, really. Except that it wasn’t so simple when you first started to learn. There is an old expression about something that is simple that says “Easy as falling off a bike”. Falling Off...

Atlanta Drivers Education Courses: Look Online, Atlanta

Atlanta Drivers Education Courses: Look Online, Atlanta

However you do it, the GA Department of Driver Services says that you have to have 30 hours of drivers’ ed in addition to your 40 hours of practical driving if you want to get your intermediate license at age 16. If you don’t take a drivers’ ed course, you have to...

Georgia’s Joshua’s Law: Good Out of Tragedy

Georgia’s Joshua’s Law: Good Out of Tragedy

There are times when something bad can lead to something good. Joshua’s Law is a very good example of this. Joshua Brown lost his life in 2003 in a road accident. As a result, his parents rallied with legislators in a call for stronger driver training laws. In 2005,...

1st Steps towards a Georgia Drivers Permit: Take it

1st Steps towards a Georgia Drivers Permit: Take it

Ain’t that the truth? The Chinese have a saying that a journey of a thousand miles starts with one step. Nothing could be more true. It doesn’t matter whether the journey is a thousand miles, one mile, round the world, or even just down the road to the convenience...

Talking to Your (Georgia) Parents about Driving

Talking to Your (Georgia) Parents about Driving

You've heard about the talk. You know, the talk? Often in a movie, or in a book, a parent will sit down with the child, and they'll have the talk. It can be a little awkward, especially in this day and age in which today's teenagers seem to know so much more than the...

Teen Drinking and Teen Driving in Georgia: Not a Good Combo!

Teen Drinking and Teen Driving in Georgia: Not a Good Combo!

Our online drivers education course at GA Driver Safety.Org covers every aspect of safe driving on the roads in Georgia, including the laws about drinking and driving. Being caught drinking and driving has some serious consequences, and the simplest piece of advice we...

Teen Drivers In Georgia: Something Old, Something New

Teen Drivers In Georgia: Something Old, Something New

Driving a car is an activity that has been around for a long time in Georgia, and for that matter the rest of the world. Well over a century ago, people owned and drove motor cars, although in the early days they were the province of the rich. In the very early days...

Georgia Driving – Some Fun, Fun Facts (About Georgia, the State)

Georgia Driving – Some Fun, Fun Facts (About Georgia, the State)

When you are driving around the roads of Georgia, you probably don’t stop to think that there could be some odd and fun facts about your home state that you never knew. Here are just a few of them. Georgia has an official state fish. (Who’d have thought it?). It is...

Why Online Drivers Ed For Georgia Drivers Is A Good Choice

Why Online Drivers Ed For Georgia Drivers Is A Good Choice

Learning to drive is a priority for most Georgia teens, but it is yet another thing which has to be done, along with school or college, after-school occupations, homework, playing sports, clubs, and doing whatever your parents tell you to do. The big problem is...