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Georgia Driver’s Education

Drivers ed is required by the GA DDS for all Georgia teenagers seeking their first driver’s license. Everyone must complete a 30-hour course in order to show competence in the rules of the road and to ensure safe driving practices. Unfortunately, not every teen has a schedule that allows them to attend driving school in person. School, sports, clubs, homework, after-school jobs… when is there time to take additional lessons?

This is where our online Driver Ed course can come in very handy. GA Driver Safety offers a convenient course that can be completed from home, around any schedule. There’s no reason for driving school to be a hassle, so our goal is to make it easier for students and parents alike. Our school is licensed by the State of Georgia and has a comprehensive driver safety course that is fully compliant with Joshua’s Law. Drivers ed is important not only because it teaches teens how to drive, but also how to stay safe while on the road.

Learning to drive safely is a requirement and a necessity. Georgia roads can be hazardous, and it’s vitally important for teens to get the Drivers ed they need to feel comfortable behind the wheel. Enroll in our online course now!

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GEORGIA ONLINE DRIVER’S EDUCATION

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Ready to learn more about the affordable Online Driver’s Education for Georgia’s Teens? Tap on one of the links below to get access to an online Demo, to learn more about our DDS licensed, Joshua’s Law compliant Drivers Ed Course or to Enroll Now!

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4 weeks ago

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When you first start with #driversed, don't try to rush it. If a parking space is where you feel safe, don't push #driving on the road. Get comfortable with where you are, get to know your vehicle and then progress. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

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For most #driversed students, #parking uphill is a nightmare. So, here are two useful tips:

1. Find another parking spot
2. Look at uphill parking tip number one
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4 weeks ago

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What do you think about #selfdrivingcars? Are they the future? Would such technology eliminate the need for #driverseducation? ... See MoreSee Less

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What can you tell us about #safedriving? What are the five most important techniques that can save your life while #driving? ... See MoreSee Less

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No drinking alcohol. Do not text or talk on phone. Focus on road and all around you. Gave good tires, gas. Follow speed limit. Use turn signals. Fasten seatbelt. No road rage! Allow car length in front on street and 6 on highway. Do no pass a truck on the right side. No no.

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