What is Georgia's Joshua's law?
Joshua's law was passed in Georgia in 2007.  This law changes the requirements for teen drivers to obtain a class D drivers license.  It requires that  drivers under the age of 17 must complete a drivers education course, that is approved by the state of Georgia. The teen driver must also have completed a total of 40 hours of supervised driving, which includes six hours of night driving.
If you have questions pertaining to Joshua's law contact the traffic defense attorney Scott Miller in Alpharetta Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001

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