Courses & Pricing

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Drivers Ed

The Best Option: Classroom or Zoom Drivers Ed
with driving lessons

Because teens retain more information when they are engaged in hands-on Drivers Ed activities, Drive Smart Georgia HIGHLY recommends our classroom packages. Due to Covid-19, we offer classes on Zoom with a real teacher in real time.

In-person and Zoom classes are now available through the end of 2022.
Road Wise


  • 30 classroom hours
  • Real teacher in real time on Zoom or…
  • A classroom setting
  • 6 hours of in-car lessons
  • 10% ($300+) insurance savings

Acceptable option for super busy teens:
Online Drivers Ed with in-car driving lessons

We get it! Although we HIGHLY recommend our in-class or Zoom real-time classes, we also understand that teens have incredibly busy schedules. Students are able to start and stop the online program to fit their individual schedules. For this reason, our online options may be the perfect fit for active teens-on-the-go.

Upon registration, course login information will be sent to you within 72 hours.

Flexible start/stop option for busy teens!
Online Basics


  • 30-hour online Drivers Ed course
  • Flexible program allows for start/stop option
  • Satisfies Joshua's Law
  • 6 hours of in-car lessons
Online Essentials


  • 30-hour online Drivers Ed course
  • Flexible program allows for start/stop option
  • 6 hours of in-car lessons
  • Includes an on-site road test (save $29)

In-Car Driving Lessons

Did your teen finish Drivers Ed, but needs more driving lessons? We now offer “extra” lessons for teens and adults.
The Basics


  • 2 hours of in-car lessons

Tune-Up & On-Site Road Test

16- and 17-year-old students must complete a 30-hour Drivers Ed course (at our school, another school or online) and at least 6 hours of driving lessons at Drive Smart Georgia prior to scheduling an on-site road test. Drive Smart Georgia can now test anyone 18 years or older for a driver’s license. Must have a valid learner’s permit. No driving lessons required.


  • Practice your road skills before taking the test
  • 2-hour refresher course builds confidence!

The DSG Blog

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