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Limited Driving Permits In Georgia
Where Can I Drive On A Limited Permit Or An Ignition Interlock Limited Permit In Georgia?

Chris E. Ambrose
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LIMITED DRIVING PERMIT

If the State of Georgia issues you a limited driving permit you may drive to the following places:

  • Performing normal duties of your job.
     

  • Going to the doctor or pharmacy for Rx drugs.
     

  • Attending school or college.
     

  • Attending certain sessions or meetings related to alcohol or drugs.
     

  • Going to court-ordered driver education or drug/alcohol program.
     

  • Going to court, seeing your probation officer, or performing community service.
     

  • Transporting unlicensed immediate family member to work, school, doctor, or to obtain Rx.

IGNITION INTERLOCK LIMITED PERMIT

If the State of Georgia issues you an ignition interlock limited permit you may drive to the following places:

  • To/from work.
  • Performing the normal duties of your occupation
  • Receiving medical care/prescriptions
  • Attending college/school
  • Attending treatment
  • Attending court ordered driver education
  • Attending court
  • Attending community service
  • Transporting a family member to work, school, medical
  • Court ordered activity
  • Monthly monitoring visits with IID provider

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