The path to a Georgia drivers license for 16 year old applicants, reviewed by Alpharetta attorney Scott Miller.

Georgia's Senate Bill 226 requires that any 16-year-old that applies for a class D drivers license, must have completed an approved driver education course. That 16-year-old must also have a total of 40 hours of supervision driving. Six hours of supervised driving must be at night.
If an applicant has not completed the approved drivers education, he or she must be at least 17 years of age, to be eligible for a class D drivers license.

If you have questions about the above contact the law Office of Attorney Scott Miller, in Alpharetta Georgia for consultation. 770-408-1001
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