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A certificate of title issued by the state of Georgia is a document that proves legal ownership of a vehicle. A title must be obtained when an individual purchases a new vehicle. A title transfer must also be completed when a used vehicle is sold or gifted, or when a vehicle changes hands as a result of the death of the vehicle’s owner.
If your Georgia driver’s license or identification card has been lost, stolen, or mutilated, you can apply for a replacement or duplicate license at Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS).
In Georgia, you can apply to get a replacement for a lost, stolen, or mutilated license online at the DDS website or in person.
As soon as license plates are lost, stolen or illegible they must be replaced.
In Georgia, drivers certified by licensed health personnel to have impaired mobility or a condition which substantially interferes with mobility may qualify for “Disabled” status.
You are also considered a disabled driver, or can qualify for a disabled license tag or placard if you:
If you are involved in an accident or collision in Georgia, you must be prepared to act responsibly and in accordance with State law. Following are some general guidelines and more specific requirements to follow in case of an accident. For further information it is also advisable to go through the information given in the Driver Manual.
As a responsible driver, you must never leave the scene of an accident. After stopping your vehicle, you should pull up as close to the accident as safely possible, without obstructing traffic.