Learning to drive is a major milestone in a teenager's life. It's important for young or inexperienced drivers to learn safe driving techniques. There are four different ways Joshua's Law can be satisfied for teenagers to meet the requirements for a Class D license. The program offered by West Georgia Tech meets the option that includes 30 hours of classroom instruction and 6 additional hours of drive time with an instructor. Most insurance companies also give a reduction (approx. 10%) on insurance premiums upon successful completion. West Georgia Tech provides a (DDS approved) Driver's Education program in cooperation with the Georgia Driver's Education Commission (GDEC).
Participants must be between 15 and 17 years of age and possess a valid Georgia Learner's Permit. Participants must attend all class dates for the full class periods. There are NO EXCEPTIONS for missed days/time. They must also complete all six (6) hours of behind-the-wheel driving. Training will include a minimum of four full days plus additional driving days which will be arranged by the instructor and parent/guardian and student. All 30/6 hours must be completed within a six month period. A Learner's Permit must be presented at the time of registration and also carried during all drive time instruction.
Includes 1 hour "on your own" lunch break.
Parent Orientation - Plan for 30mins on first day of class.
HOW TO REGISTER FOR WGTC DRIVER'S EDUCATION CLASSES:
Step 1: Click the Enroll Yourself Button below then click Create Account on the screen that appears.
Step 2: Complete Online Registration by creating an account with child's information and parent/guardian contact information.
Step 3: Download and complete the required registration packet.
HOW TO CHECK ELIGIBILITY AND QUALIFY FOR THE GRANT FUNDED PROGRAM:
Step 4: Attach a copy of the valid learner's permit (not a temporary copy).
Step 5: Return the required registration packet and permit via email to email@example.com or fax at 678-664-0513.
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