In order to drive in the state of Georgia you must have a valid pOrNO Georgia license or a valid Out of state license. In most cases you can drive on an out of country license in Georgia if you have a valid driver license from another country. Click here for information about Drivers From Other Nations.
The minimum driving age in Georgia is 16 years old. The Learners Permit is the first step in Georgia to be licensed to drive. When the xViDeoS applicant has held the Learners Permit for a year and a day the applicant can apply for the Class D license. The Class D license is a Provisional license that has many limitations on when the applicant can drive.
The Georgia Driver License Classes Include:
Georgia driver’s rEdTuBe license is classified according to the type and weight of vehicles that may be operated by the person to whom they are issued.
Truck tractor-semi trailer combination in which the combination weight exceeds 26,001 pounds and trailing unit exceeds 10,000 pounds and vehicles in Class B and C. Applicants must possess a Class C license before obtaining a Class A and be at least 18 years of age.
A single driver’s license, with PorinGA a combination of classifications, will be issued to qualified persons who wish to drive various types of vehicles.
Applicants for a driver’s license in Classes A or B (non-commercial) must submit a DS form #36 (Affidavit showing minimum driving experience of 3 months and/or 3,000 miles in type of vehicle for class of license being applied for.)
Single vehicles weighing 26,001 or more YouPorN pounds; may tow a trailing unit of less than 10,000 pounds; and motor vehicles included within Class C. Applicants must possess a Class C license prior to obtaining a Class B license and be at least 18 years of age.
Motor vehicles less than 26,001 pounds and all vehicles not included within Classes A, B and M. This includes passenger cars, trucks and XNxx vehicles pulling a trailing unit that weighs less than 10,000 pounds (GVWR). All recreational vehicles may be operated with a Class C license. Applicant must be at least 18 years of age.
Provisional license for Class C vehicles. May not operate between 12:00 midnight and 6:00 a.m. During six-month period immediately following issuance of such license any Class D license holder shall not drive when any passenger in the vehicle is not a member of driver’s immediate family. For the duration of the Class D, license holders shall not drive when more than three passengers in the vehicle are less than 21 years of age. (Members of the driver’s immediate family do not count).
Motorcycles and motor-driven cycles are included in this class. An applicant must be at least 16 years of age in order to get a Class M license, but is not required to possess a Class C license before applying for this license.
A moped is any motor driven cycle with an engine not exceeding 50 cubic centimeters (3.05 cubic inches) that can propel the cycle at a speed not to exceed 30 miles per hour (MPH) and does not require clutching or shifting.
Mopeds are exempt from the provisions relating to the registration and licensing of motor vehicles.
Rules to operate mopeds on Georgia roads and highways:
Must be 15 years of age and have in their possession a valid driver’s license, instructional permit or limited permit.
Must wear protective headgear (motorcycle helmet).
3. No tag is required.
Every person operating a moped upon a roadway must obey the same traffic laws governing drivers of motor vehicles.
May not use limited access highways or other roadways where the minimum speed limit is above 35 mph.
Instructional Permit Requirements
( Learner’s Permit )
Class C: Instructional Permit
Applicant must be at least 15 years old and be able to pass the eye and knowledge test. When driving, there must be a licensed driver at least 21 years old in the front seat with him or her at all times. The permit is valid for 24 months. Parental consent is required for applicants under 18 years of age.
Class M: Instructional Permit
The applicant must be at least 16 years of age and have parental consent if under 18. Applicant must pass an eye and knowledge test. The permit is valid for 6 months and will allow the applicant to operate motorcycles and motor-driven cycles with the following restrictions: no passengers, no expressways, daylight hours only, and/or certain other applicable restrictions.
Class A and B Instructional Permits
The applicant must be 18 years old, already possess a Class C license, and must pass visual acuity and knowledge tests.
Georgia License Restriction