Thursday, 25 June 2020 14:42
Road Test Must be Complete by Sept. 30, 2020
On April 23rd Governor Brian Kemp's executive order for "reviving a healthy Georgia", all road tests for driver's license aplications were suspended through the public health state of emergency, which expired May 13.
Nearly 20,000 Georgians received their license in the first nine (9) days of the executive order without taking a road test. Later in a press conference on May 12 Kemp clarified that those who have received a driver's license during the temporary suspension of road tests still have valid licenses, but they must complete a road test by September 30. This executive order also clarifies that road tests for driver's license applications were to resume on May 12. According to the GDDS the road tests have been modified to fit proper public health measures.
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