203 N Main St, Hinesville, GA 31313, USA

(912) 368-3076

Welcome to First Class Defensive Driving


Driver Education course 30/6


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  30 hours classroom instruction and 6 hours behind the wheel instruction.

 This meets Georgia's Joshua's Law requirements.  

Driver Education Course


Driver Education 30/6 & Behind-the-wheel instruction

 Driver's Education 30/6

The Program consists of a 30 hour classroom instruction course and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel training. ($350.00)   Upon completion, students will receive a Drivers Education Certificate.

 6 hours of One-on-One driving Lessons that fit your schedule & skill level for $250.00

 You do not need a PayPal account to make payments through PayPal. 

For the online 30 hour class go to: 


Teen driving laws

You may be eligible for a scholarship. Follow this link for more information and to apply. 


Driver Education Grant Scholarship. Apply for your grant, now. Why wait?

 We are pleased to announce that First Class Defensive Driving is now a provider of the Georgia Driver’s Education Grant Scholarship. 

To complete the application process - https://georgiadrivers.ga.gov/gohs/gohshome.html

Graduated licensing program?

 What are the three steps of the graduated licensing program? 

 Step 1 – Learner's Permit (Class CP): a Georgia Learner’s Permit is granted to applicants that are at least 15 years old and have successfully passed a knowledge test consisting of road rules and road signs. While operating a motor vehicle, drivers that possess a Learner’s Permit must be accompanied by an individual that is at least 21 years old, possesses a valid Class C driver’s license, is seated next to them in the vehicle, and is capable of exercising control over the vehicle if necessary.

Step 2 – Intermediate Provisional License (Class D):  a Class D Georgia driver’s license is granted to applicants either 16 or 17 years old that have held a Georgia Learner’s Permit for 12 months and one day, have not committed any major traffic violations, and have successfully passed a road skills test.

Step 3 – Full License (Class C): a Class C Georgia driver’s license is granted to drivers 18 years old or older that have had no major traffic convictions in the last 12 months.