Alpharetta attorney Scott Miller reviews Georgia's graduated drivers license system for teenagers.

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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