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Joshua’s Law Driver’s Ed

Georgia Driver’s Ed that is Joshua’s Law Compliant

When Joshua’s Law was passed, Georgia legislators had the safety of teenage drivers in mind. Joshua Brown lost his life in a car accident in 2003, and his parents worked with the legislators in order to make sure as few parents as possible experienced a loss like theirs. The result was additional requirements for Driver Education and driving experience in order for teens to earn their full driver’s license.

Unfortunately, it can be difficult to fit the required 30 hour driving safety course into a busy schedule. Online Driver Education means that students can still complete their driver safety education without having to juggle homework and after-school activities, not to mention parents’ busy schedules. Our course can be completed at the student’s own pace and include a timer to ensure the DDS requirement for 30 hours of study is being met. When the course is completed, each student will be emailed a Certificate of Completion issued by the DDS.

Joshua’s Law has played an important role to ensure that teens acquire the specialized skills to negotiate safely today’s complex highway environment and  to reduce the risk of driving by anticipating hazardous dangerous situations, despite adverse conditions or the mistakes of other roadway users, with the goal of driver safety in Georgia. Our online driver education program is a perfect way to take a Joshua’s Law compliant course and a great alternative to classroom driving school for people with busy schedules. At $29.95, it’s a great value.

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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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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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