Coronavirus Order Lets Georgia Student Drivers Get Licenses Without a Road Test

April 30, 2020

Teen drivers in Georgia can now get their licenses without taking a road test. That’s thanks to an executive order signed by Georgia governor Brian Kemp. Because of COVID-19, the state is limiting the number of tests, making it easier for student drivers to get a license. For teens with learners’ permits and no violations, it’s drive time. The state has over 26,000 infections and over a 1,000 COVID-19 deaths, according to the Georgia Department of Public Health.

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