Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. 375-3-3-.08

Current through Rules and Regulations filed through May 10, 2024
Rule 375-3-3-.08 - Voluntary Cancellation
(1) The holder of any valid Georgia driver's license may have that license voluntarily canceled provided that:
(a) The license is currently valid, and has not been revoked, suspended, or otherwise encumbered; and
(b) No charges are currently pending against the holder for violating any of the laws of the State of Georgia dealing with traffic violations, motor vehicles, or illegal drugs, which could result in or contribute to the revocation, suspension or would otherwise encumber the driver's license.
(2) The voluntary cancellation shall be made only upon receipt of a written request from the holder that his driver's license be canceled or voluntarily surrendered. The driver's license itself should accompany the written request, and if it did not, the license must be surrendered to the Department within two weeks after the holder has received his notification that his license has been voluntarily canceled.
(3) Any person whose license has been voluntarily canceled, may, at any time, reapply for a new license, provided that the applicant:
(a) Meets all the requirements for a new license (including taking and passing all exams); and
(b) Meeting all of the requirements for the license, including not being subject to any sanctions for having violated any law dealing with motor vehicles, traffic, illegal drugs, or otherwise.

Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 375-3-3-.08

O.C.G.A. Secs. 40-5-50, 40-9-38.

Original Rule entitled "Voluntary Cancellation" adopted. F. Jan. 9, 2003; eff. Jan. 29, 2003.