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Graduated Driver Licensing laws in Georgia

Safety first for teen drivers

More freedom means bigger responsibility for your teen. Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) laws are designed to help young drivers gain skills and experience before gaining full driving privileges. It's important to discuss these laws with your teen, as research has shown GDL laws can reduce crash rates among 16-year-old drivers by almost 43%1.

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Georgia Graduated Driver Licensing Provisions

 
 
Minimum age
15 years old
Learner stage duration
12 months
Required supervised driving hours
40 hours, 6 of which must be at night
Nighttime driving restriction
12 a.m. to 5 a.m.
Passenger restriction
(family members are exempt unless otherwise noted)
No passengers during the first 6 months; No more than one passenger under 21 years old during the second 6 months; No more than 3 passengers thereafter
Minimum age for full-privilege driving
18 years old


Still have questions about teen driving or GDL laws? See the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's GDL laws, learn more about Georgia licensing requirements and teen driving in Georgia.

Set your teen up for safety.

GDL laws are a great start, but you can do even more to help keep your teen safe. If you're car shopping for your young driver, make sure to notice high safety ratings. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety can help you learn about vehicle safety ratings and features.

Contact an agent for more information about insuring your teen driver and what that could mean for your limits and deductibles.

Teen driver discount

Adding a new driver to your auto policy means getting new opportunities to save. From being a great student to practicing safe driving, there are many discounts to explore.

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GDL requirements provided for informational purposes only. State requirements vary by state and may change from time to time. Check with the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety if you have questions about current state requirements.

1"Graduated Driver Licensing." Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 23 Apr. 2010. Web. 18 June 2013.
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