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GA Driver Practice Test

GA Driver Practice Test

this test contains questions that are similar to ones that will appear on the actual Georgia DDS test and will help you pass your Georgia Drivers's permit test with flying colors.

GA Motorcycle Practice Test

GA Motorcycle Practice Test

learn everything you need to know to ride a motorbike. Get ready to your DDS's written test to obtain your Georgia motorcycle license.

GA CDL Practice Test

GA CDL Practice Test

be well prepared for your CDL test. Get familiar with all the questions to get your Georgia commercial driver license.
 

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Multiple ways of learning of DDS Georgia

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Georgia road rules theory can be learn and memorized by Georgia DDS's flash cards or DDS Georgia's list of questions option or both. Choose whatever options works best for you. Become better driver in Georgia.
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You can challenge your knowledge of theory by our DDS Georgia's mock test or DDS Georgia's marathon test for unlimited times for free. More you challenge yourself more you will learn Georgia DDS's driving rules.
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Read PDF Georgia DDS's manual
Reading DDS's manual gives you understanding of all main principles and rules of driving in Georgia state. We suggest to read a Georgia DDS's manual for better results and better understanding of what driving is.
Be ready to PASS your final Georgia DDS Driver's Permit Test!

Be ready to PASS your final Georgia DDS Driver's Permit Test!

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How to Pass Your Permit Test in Georgia

Automobile License

In Georgia, there are 8 types of non-commercial DL, but most applicants qualify for Class C, that allows driving common passenger cars. Provisional Class D license is similar to Class C, but it is intended for minors under 18 and provides some passenger and driving hour restrictions. Also, there is a Class CP instructional permit, which allows minors to acquire driving skills when they turn 15. Thus, provided you have already celebrated your 15th birthday, you are allowed to submit CP application signed by the parents along with the documents listed below:

  • proofs of your identity, SSN, U.S. lawful status, and residential address;
  • DS-1 proving you are enrolled in school or any other appropriate document about your education status if you are not enrolled in school.

The next step is to undergo an eye examination and a GA written permit test, which comprises 20 questions about road rules and signs laid out in the Driver Manual. A current version of the manual is available on driver-start.com, as well as a valid list of test questions. Besides, Driver Start offers an easy-to-use application for mobile devices, which assists in learning and training for the test questions. App Store and Google Play.

The applicants have to give at least 15 correct answers to get through the testing and to earn the instructional permit. It permits driving on the state roads to gain behind-the-wheel skills, provided that you are supervised by a licensed driver, who is older than 21.

When the applicant turns 16, he/she may try to receive a provisional license, provided the applicant has held the permit for at least a year and gained required driving experience. In addition to the above-mentioned documents, it is necessary to prove completion of ADAP. Then the person will be admitted to undergo the vision and road examinations. Note that Class D license is not available for persons under the age of 17 unless they have completed a certified driver course. When the applicant turns 18, the provisional license may be upgraded to Class C.

Don’t forget to pay the required fees before addressing Georgia department of driver services:

  • $32 Class C fee;
  • $10 Class CP and Class D fees.

Motorcycle License

It is not necessary to get a Class C license before applying for the right to operate motorcycles on Georgia public roads, but you must be at least 17 to earn Class M license. There are several options to get the license. You may pass 3 examinations, including vision, knowledge and road test even without obtaining a motorcycle permit prior to the skills testing. If you are 16, you may complete driver educational training, pass an eye test and a motorcycle knowledge exam and earn a motorcycle instructional permit (Class MP) to practice your driving skills, while observing required restrictions. You don’t need to study for permit test, if you choose to complete the state motorcycle safety program. In this case, you just need to undergo a vision screening and to pay $32 Class M fee.

Commercial Driver’s License

There are 3 classes of CDL and 2 classes of permits in GA. Only persons who are over 18 and have Georgia NCDL are admitted to take the CDL vision and knowledge exams. The exams include general knowledge test and an additional GA CDL practice test for Class A, B or C vehicles. Some additional exams may be required for obtaining necessary endorsements. To pass the testing, applicants must score at least 89% correct answers during each test. After getting through the examinations, the applicants are issued AP or BP permits and are allowed to gain behind-the-wheel practice under supervision.

 

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