In order to be eligible to conduct third
party driving skills tests, a driver training instructor must be trained and
certified to conduct skills testing for issuance of driver's license by the
Department or its authorized representatives and comply with the following:
(a) Must have a high school diploma or its
(b) Be a regular
employee of the driver training school and recommended by the school or
secondary school designee;
Shall not be a convicted felon;
Shall not have been convicted of any serious moving violation as defined Title
40 within three (3) years prior to application;
(e) Shall not have been enrolled or
participated in a state approved DUI Drug or Alcohol Use Risk Reduction Program
within ten (10) years prior to making application for certification as a third
(f) Must be
qualified as a Motor Vehicle Operator and must have held a valid instructor
license for minimum of two (2) years prior to application for Third Party
(g) Must successfully
complete the Department's prescribed course in driver's license classroom
instruction and behind the wheel examination;
(h) Must pass all knowledge tests on the
first day of the training session;
(j) Upon completion of specialized training
administered by the Department or its authorized representative, the Examiner
will be issued a certification card qualifying them to examine applicants for
skills in license classes equal to their training certification; and
(k) Must possess a current and valid
certification identification card with photograph that shall be evidence of the
Examiner's certification status.
(2) Examiner applicants shall be issued a
certification card upon approval from the Department. These certifications
shall expire four (4) years from the date of issuance, unless suspended,
revoked, or cancelled, and must be renewed every four (4) years
An Examiner whose
certification has expired or driver training school license has expired, shall
not administer any part of the driver examination until completion of one of
(a) An Examiner with expired
certification may be recertified within one (1) years after expiration by
performing an examination to the satisfaction of the Department.
(b) If more than one (1) year has lapsed
since expiration, the Examiner must successfully complete the Department's
prescribed course in classroom instruction and behind the wheel examination for
Must conduct at least ten (10) tests per calendar year. Failure to do so will
result in suspension from conducting further driver's license tests.
Ga. Comp. R. &
Regs. R. 375-5-2-.28
Original Rule entitled
"Minimum Requirements for Examiners" adopted. F. Oct. 25, 2004; eff. Nov. 14, 2004.
Amended: F. Sept. 11,
2006; eff. Oct. 1, 2006.
Amended: New title "Minimum Requirements for
Examiners. Amended." F. Jun. 4, 2013; eff.
Jun. 24, 2013.
Amended: F. Jan. 28,
2015; eff. Feb. 17, 2015.