Driver Education course 30/6

US$350.00

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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: 

https://1stclassdefensivedriving.learn-to-drive-safely.com/

Teen driving laws

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

https://dds.georgia.gov/teen-driving-laws-faqs

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.