Driver's Education Alpharetta, Georgia
For immediate assistance, please call (770) 274-4223 7 days a week from 8am to 8pm or text (404) 590-4570 24/7
If a Georgia teenager wants to get their driver's license at age 16, according to Joshua's Law, they MUST take the 30 hour driver's education course AND complete AT LEAST 6 hours of driving lessons with a certified driver's training school. Here at 1 ACT Driving Schools- Driver's Education Brookhaven, Georgia , you can take care of that all at once! Rather than buying your driving lessons AND paying for the course, we offer a package price that allows you to pay LESS than the normal value of the driving lessons and the course! We also offer the LOWEST prices in the state of Georgia for meeting your Joshua's law requirement!
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To find out what upcoming time slots we have available for driving lessons, call us at (770) 274-4223 or text (404) 590-4570.
1 ACT Driving Schools reserves the right to change our prices for driving lessons and driver's education classes at any time and does not guarantee that we will honor previous prices once prices are changed.
I know this seems like it will all be A LOT of money, but having your child take a certified driver's training course can actually help you SAVE money! How is this possible?
- Possible insurance discount--Policies differ between insurance companies, but according to O.C.G.A 33-9-42, taking a driver's education course CAN make you eligible for at least a 10% discount on your car insurance. Call your insurance provider, and if they'll allow you to use the discount, you can send your child's certificate of completion to the company and enjoy the discount!
- Tax credit--According to O.C.G.A. 48-7-29.5, taking a driver's education course with a private company will make you eligible to receive either a tax credit of the amount paid for the course or $150, whichever is less. This can only be used once per child, and is obtained by filling out a tax credit form with the IRS with a copy of the child's certificate of completion. This can only be obtained if your child completes the course with a private company rather than a course taken at a public or private high school or online. Good news--we are a private company, so if your child takes the course with us, you'll be eligible to receive a tax credit!
We teach using AAA's How to Drive: The Beginning Driver's Manual, America's #1 driver's education curriculum. Around 45% of driving schools across the nation use this curriculum, which is over 2,700 schools across the country!