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Course helps certify new, teen drivers
Sheriffs offices teach free safe driving program
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With only a few months to go until the end of the 2012-2013 school year, Northeast Georgia’s 15- and 16-year olds might be wondering where and when the task of earning a driver’s license could happen this summer.One program available to students is “Joshua’s Law” teen driver safety program through the Hall County Sheriff’s Office. And parents — it’s free. But though the driving instructors are county sheriff’s offices and school resource officers teaching the classroom work, the task of giving the teen physical driving experience and exercises is the responsibility of the parents in this program.