The "Joshua's Law" in Georgia refers to a set of requirements for teen drivers 15-17. This law mandates that teenagers complete a driver education course before obtaining their Class D driver's license in Georgia. The course includes 30 hours of classroom instruction and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel training. Additionally, teen drivers must also complete 40 hours of supervised driving, with at least 6 of those hours being at night. This law aims to ensure that young drivers receive proper training and experience before they are granted full driving privileges.

Driving Behind The Wheel is designed for drivers 18 years or older who need more experience in driving. The driving experience will be with a certified Driver's Education Instructor. 





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