The Georgia legislature enacted the TADRA legislation in the year 1997. This legislation created three classifications of drivers licenses for young drivers under 21 years of age.
A class D drivers license is given to a person 16 years of age that held a valid instruction permit for 12 months. To be able to qualify for this class D permit, the 16-year-old must not have been convicted of DUI, hit and run, or any traffic offense that is penalized by 4 points.
If you have questions about a teenage drivers license, or if you have a teenager who has been accused of a traffic violation which may restrict their driving, contact the Drivers License Defense Attorney Scott Miller, in Alpharetta, Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001
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