This is what I found on NYPost.com:
Nearly 20,000 Georgia teens were reportedly granted a driver’s license without passing a road test as a result of an executive order aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus.
Gov. Brian Kemp last month signed the order that suspended road tests for most drivers in the state seeking their licenses.
“There have been 19,483 teens who upgraded their permit to a provisional driver’s license with the consent of their parent or responsible adult,” Susan Sports, a spokeswoman for the state’s Department of Driver Services, told The New York Times.
They must provide a written statement attesting they have completed nearly 40 hours of supervised training, but is that fool proof? https://t.co/Otp7nH30bo
— ABC 27 (@abc27) May 2, 2020
Georgia allowing drivers to get licenses without road test – https://t.co/lQFQUwV3V0
— Regi Bonner (@regibonn) May 1, 2020
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