DMV Adjusts for Teen Drivers

DMV Adjusts for Teen Drivers & ADAP Class
Posted on 08/31/2020

Please view the links below for information for students wishing to obtain a learner's permit or driver's license.  There is also a link for information on how to obtain a work permit for students under the age of 16. Click DMV Adjusts Requirements for Teen Drivers for more information.

Certificate of Enrollment is not required due to school closings during the pandemic. Review the list below of items they will accept during the COVID-19 school closures:

  • Certificate of School Enrollment (DS-1) 
  • Transcript provided by the customer's most recent school of attendance (Transcript does not have to be certified)
  • Transcripts can be printed online in most school districts
  • Current progress or grade report with the customer’s name on it
  • Progress reports and report cards can be printed online in most school districts
  • Current school ID issued by the school or school system
  • Other forms of school identification, showing the customer's first and last

The Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) is excited to announce eADAP (a customer service initiative). Georgia teens that are unable to complete the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program (ADAP) through their high school now have the option of completing the program online, 24/7/365! This is especially great news for Georgia teens that are home-schooled or were absent from school when the traditional ADAP course was offered.

Please click on Welcome to Electronic Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program (eADAP) link for more information.
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