Can you go to any DMV in Georgia?
You can visit any Customer Service Center (CSC) Location. Many of our services can be handled using Online Services or the DDS 2 GO Mobile App.
Where do I go to get a Georgia driver license?
Georgia has no Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). You’ll be visiting the Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) to get your new license.
Do I need an appointment to renew my drivers license in Georgia?
Appointments are no longer required to renew, change address, or other in-person services.
What counts as proof of residency in Georgia?
Two Documents showing Georgia residency – where you live (e.g. utility bill, phone bill). These documents must show a street address and be dated within the past six (6) months. Non-Citizens – must provide proof of identity and/or lawful status.
How much does it cost to get your drivers license in Georgia?
GA license application costs and fees:
|Regular License||$32||8 Years|
|Provisional Driver’s License||$10||5 Years|
|Class CP Permit (for Regular Licenses)||$10||2 Years|
|Veterans (Combat) Driver’s License||No Fee||8 Years|
How much does it cost to renew your driver’s license in the state of Georgia?
Drivers License Renewal Fees The Georgia Department of Driver Services charges a fee of $32 for a regular Georgia driver’s license renewal, with a $5 discount if you choose to renew your driver’s license online through the DDS Online Services website.
What documents do I need for a Ga drivers license?
List of Acceptable Real ID Documents
- Proof of Identity – US Citizens (1 Document) Bring 1 of the following documents:
- Proof of Name Change (any and all name changes)
- Proof of Social Security Number (if required)
- Proof of Georgia Residency (2 Documents)
- Proof of Identity & Lawful Status – Non-US Citizens.