Section 4508.03 | Driver training school license requirements - driver training program for disabled persons.
(A) No person shall establish a driver training school or continue the operation of an existing school unless the person applies for and obtains from the director of public safety a license in the manner and form prescribed by the director.
The director shall adopt rules that establish the requirements for a school license, including requirements concerning location, equipment, courses of instruction, instructors, previous records of the school and instructors, financial statements, schedule of fees and charges, insurance in the sum and with those provisions as the director considers necessary to protect adequately the interests of the public, and any other matters as the director may prescribe for the protection of the public. The rules also shall require financial responsibility information as part of the driver education curriculum.
(B) Any school that offers a driver training program for persons with disabilities shall provide specially trained instructors for the driver training of such persons. No school shall operate a driver training program for persons with disabilities after June 30, 1978, unless it has been licensed for such operation by the director. No person shall act as a specially trained instructor in a driver training program for persons with disabilities operated by a school after June 30, 1978, unless that person has been licensed by the director.
(C) The director shall certify instructors to teach driver training to persons with disabilities in accordance with training program requirements established by the department of public safety.
(D) No person shall operate a driver training school unless the person has a valid license issued by the director under this section.
(E) Whoever violates division (D) of this section is guilty of operating a driver training school without a valid license, a misdemeanor of the second degree. On a second or subsequent offense within two years after the first offense, the person is guilty of a misdemeanor of the first degree.
Last updated March 2, 2023 at 12:24 PM
Available Versions of this Section
- January 1, 2004 – Senate Bill 123 - 124th General Assembly [ View January 1, 2004 Version ]
- July 1, 2015 – Amended by House Bill 53 - 131st General Assembly [ View July 1, 2015 Version ]
- October 9, 2021 – Amended by House Bill 263 - 133rd General Assembly [ View October 9, 2021 Version ]
- April 6, 2023 – Amended by House Bill 281 - 134th General Assembly [ View April 6, 2023 Version ]
- December 29, 2023 – Amended by Senate Bill 131 (GA 134), House Bill 281 (GA 134) [ View December 29, 2023 Version ]