Online Georgia Driver Education

Parent Info

Approved by the DDS

Safe2Drive's Georgia Online Driver Education course is approved by the Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) and meets all Joshua's Law requirements. You don't have to stress about whether or not your teen is getting a good education: our comprehensive curriculum will teach them everything they need to know and fulfill their driver education requirements.

About the Course

Safe2Drive's online 30-Hour Georgia Driver Education course is not only educational, it's also interactive and fun! Some of the course features your teen will enjoy include:

  • Entertaining videos
  • Fun games
  • Engaging slideshows with audio

Joshua's Law Requirements

In order to get a driver's license at age 16 or 17, Joshua's Law requires that teens must complete an approved 30-hour driver education course in Georgia. Our course satisfies this 30-hour driver education requirement. In addition, teens must complete behind-the-wheel training.

With an online course (virtual program), teens have two options to complete the behind-the-wheel requirement:

  • Complete a 30-hour online course PLUS 6 hours of behind-the-wheel training at a DDS-approved school PLUS 40 hours of supervised driving with a parent/guardian (6 of which must be at night).
    • OR
  • Complete a 30-hour online course PLUS the 40-Hour Parent/Teen Driving Guide provided by the DDS (no additional supervised driving required). Click here to download the Parent/Teen Driving Guide [Download Here], or click here to view the Parent/Teen Driving Guide online [View Online].

Please note that teens will not be allowed to take the road skills test until they have completed the 40 hours of supervised driving. Teens will also need to complete a Driving Experience Affidavit (DDS-7) at the DDS. This serves as proof that 40 hours of supervised driving (including 6 hours at night) have been completed.

Teens are also required to hold their Instructional Permit for 1 year and 1 day before they are eligible to apply for their driver's license.

Benefits for Parents

  • Allows your teen to qualify for their intermediate license.
  • Provides a low-cost and convenient way for your teen to complete their Georgia Driver Education course.
  • No driving your teen to classes! The course is completed 100% online.

Steps for Parents

Getting Started

All that's required for the two of you to get started is to register and pay for the course on our website!

Course Procedures

  1. Register for the course.
  2. Pay for the course.
  3. Have your teen complete the course.
  4. At the end of the course, your teen will take a 30-question, multiple-choice final exam. A minimum score of 70% is required to pass.
  5. Upon successful course completion, your teen will have their Certificate of Completion emailed to them.

What Your Teen Will Need at the DDS

Your teen will need to bring the following items to the DDS office to apply for an intermediate license:

  • Proof of identity, address, Social Security Number, and U.S. citizenship/lawful presence in the U.S.
  • Notarized Certificate of Attendance (DDS-1) that has been signed within the last 30 days OR High School Diploma OR GED
  • ADAP or eADAP Certificate of Completion - What is this?
  • Completed application for a driver's license. The application must be signed by a parent/legal guardian/responsible adult (this only applies to emancipated applicants with court-ordered documentation)/professional driving instructor, if your teen is under the age of 18.
  • Proof of completion of the DDS-approved Parent/Teen Driving Guide OR Proof of 6 hours of on-the-road experience with a certified instructor. If you choose to do the 6 hours with a certified instructor, you must complete a cumulative total of at least 40 hours of other driving experience, including 6 hours at night.
  • Two Options for Proof of Required Behind-the-Wheel Instruction:

    1. Completion of DDS Parent/Teen Driving Guide: A driving log is not required for supervised driving or parent-taught behind-the-wheel training. But a parent or guardian must be present when applying for the license at DDS. The parent will be required to attest to the teen’s completion of this training.
    2. Click here to download the Parent/Teen Driving Guide [Download Here], or click here to view the Parent/Teen Driving Guide online [View Online].

    3. DDS-approved school: Certificate from instructor, plus a Driving Experience Affidavit (DDS-7) completed at the DDS affirming that the applicant has a minimum of 40 hours of supervised driving with a parent/guardian, 6 of which must be at night.
  • Certificate of Completion from a DDS-approved driver education program.
  • License fee (you may pay by cash, money order, check, or credit/debit card)
  • Valid insurance card and vehicle registration for the vehicle your teen will use for the road skills test. The vehicle's tag must not be expired.

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