This Step: Take Drivers Education
Take Drivers Education in Georgia
Enroll in a Drivers Ed Program
A requirement ONLY for teen drivers younger than 17, drivers education teaches you the fundamental skills and basic of knowledge of driving a car. You must take 30 hours of classroom instruction and six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction from a drivers ed program approved by the Georgia DDS.
Your choices include in-person and online drivers ed for the classroom portion. While looking online for a “30 and 6” driver education course that suits your needs, keep in mind that in Georgia drivers ed and driver training mean the same thing.
- Enroll with a State Approved Online Provider -
- Or Select from A Local Provider -
Find a Local Driver Education Provider
Find local driver education locations in Georgia along with business profiles, reviews and contact information.
B) Complete the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program
Teens younger than 18 must also complete the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program (ADAP). Although this program is different than drivers education, some drivers ed programs incorporate ADAP into their 30-hour classroom course.
You have two options for taking the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program; you can either complete the course in a classroom environment or online (eADAP). However eADAP is only offered to teens who:
- Could not take classroom ADAP through their high school
- Were absent from school when ADAP was offered
- Recently moved to Georgia
- Are home-schooled
If you don’t complete the program you can’t obtain a GA drivers license until you turn 18.