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Georgia Permit Practice Test

Georgia Permit Practice Test

You must be at least 15 years old to receive a permit in Georgia and take the permit practice test. Even then, you may do so only with the permission of a parent or legal guardian. Georgia also requires the parent authorizing the teenager applying for the learner’s permit to show a valid Georgia license or ID card. If the parent does not have these things, proof of residency is required. The applicant will also need to present either a US birth certificate or a valid immigration document. Unlike other states, the Social Security Card is not required as the DMV will verify the SSN you provide through an online system when pairing it with your other personal information. Children under 18 must also present a certificate of school attendance, or a high school diploma/equivalent.

Before you can take the practice permit test for Georgia, you must pay a fee of $10 by cash, credit or check. This fee must be paid each time the test is taken and you must wait one day to retake the test if you fail the first time. The permit received from Georgia is valid for 24 months and allows the permit holder to drive with a licensed driver over 21 years old supervising. The practice permit test will measure the applicant’s knowledge of road rules and signs.

You will need to use the Georgia Department of Driver Services Driver’s Manual as your primary resource for passing the permit practice test for Georgia. You will find this document online at the DDS website.

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