Georgia Driver Education Online, Joshua’s Law Compliant Courses and Classes
For a limited time, you can enroll for only $29.95!
Our GA DriverSafety.org Driver Ed course is licensed by the State of Georgia’s Department of Driver Services (DDS)!
Georgia Drivers Ed Online
There’s a lot of information about Driver Safety and Defensive Driving Techniques that GEORGIA teens have to learn before they can complete their required Georgia Driver’s Ed course to obtain a Drivers License. Since Joshua’s Law was passed in 2005, all teens below 18 years of age are required to take a 30-hour Drivers Ed course in order to earn their Class D drivers license, often referred to as Teen’s Drivers Ed. With school and work constraints of both teens and their parents, it can be difficult to find the time to fit in this additional in-class course for a full duration of 30 hours.
Our online Drivers Ed course is the perfect solution to this dilemma. Our school is licensed by the State of Georgia’s Department of Driver Services (DDS) and our course features a timer in order to prove the required 30 hours of Georgia Driver Education have been met. Students can take the course any time from the convenience of their own home or any where else, so it can be made to fit into any schedule. The course is divided into modules and quizzes so it can be completed at each individual student’s preferences. Once students meet the time requirement and pass all quizzes, they’ll be able to take the final exam as many times as they wish until they pass the final exam. Once they have completed the final exam they will be emailed a copy of a Certificate of Completion issued by the DDS, which will allow them to make an appointment with the DDS to apply for a provisional Georgia drivers permit (sometimes called a ‘learner’s permit in Georgia’).
Georgia Defensive Driving Course
We offer an effective drivers education program that is structured around proven Georgia defensive driving course, teaching techniques and safe driving practices, with a main focus on changing driver attitudes to reduce traffic collisions caused by human error. Our specially structured course allows students to learn superior driving skills at their own convenience, time and place.
Safe driving practices include search, communication, speed and space management such as keeping the three-second rule, risk management, and preparing to drive. These skills are lifesaving skills everyone should have. Taking our online driver education course helps teens develop these skills early, which they can then apply during their 40 hours supervised driving practices. If there isn’t time for teens or their parents to make it to an in-person class, our online Drivers Ed course is ideal for learning defensive driving skills and safe driving practices to prepare them for the required Georgia’s DDS driver’s test.
Nothing’s more important than learning about driver safety and defensive driving techniques and how to acquire such specialized skills to reduce the every day risks that drivers face when negotiating the modern day complex roadway system safely for Georgia teens, and this online course will not only help teach safety, but also allow students to do so at their own pace, any where and on their own time. At only $29.95, you’ll find ours much more affordable than many other courses. Enroll today!
Georgia Drivers Blog
Read our blog to stay up-to-date on Georgia driver safety issues and other things all Georgia, all driving
- In Driving, Too, Practice Makes Perfect for Georgia Teens October 6, 2015
- Georgia Teen Drivers: Don’t Text & Drive (It can Wait) September 30, 2015
- Atlanta and Driving: Why We Love Both September 27, 2015
Scholarship and Essay Contest
New for 2015-2016 school year, we are sponsoring an essay and scholarship contest on teen driver safety. Click here for details.
While most of our work is done online, our physical address is: 2090 Dunwoody Club Dr, Atlanta, GA 30350