Georgia Issuing Driver's Licenses Without Road Tests

While the debate continues over testing for COVID-19, the state of Georgia decided to temporarily do away with another type of test on Thursday. New drivers in the state will be able to get their license without taking the road test until the state of emergency order is lifted.

The new temporary rules allow drivers with learner's permits to upgrade to a provisional license if they have an affidavit from a parent, guardian or driving instructor that says they've completed 40 hours of supervised driving. If the new driver is over 18, they can sign their own affidavit.

(FOX News)

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