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Georgia Permit Practice Test 2

From the 2016 Georgia driver handbook

Directions: The minimum age requirement to begin the licensing process in Georgia is 15 years old. Visit your local DDS office to take your Georgia permit test. You should bring with you proof of your identity, your Social Security Number, two proofs of residency, a document proving your lawful presence in the United States and a permit fee. If you are under 18, you’ll also need to bring a Certificate of School Attendance.

The Georgia permit test is divided into two sections of 20 questions: 1) Road Sign and 2) Road Rules. For each section, you need to answer a minimum of 15 questions correctly in order to pass. If you fail one section and pass the other, the Georgia DDS will only require you retake the section that you failed.

Passing Grade

5 OR FEWER ROAD SIGN ERRORS

5 OR FEWER ROAD RULES ERRORS

Permit Test Fact Sheet

Number of Questions: 25
Answer correctly to pass: 20
Passing score: 80%

Georgia Driver Handbooks & Manuals

Before you take a practice test make sure you've reviewed the Georgia drivers handbook. You will be tested on this content!