Veteran Driver's License

The Georgia veteran's driver's license features an American flag in the right corner and the word Veteran to create a distinguishable license.

This special version of a Georgia driver’s license or personal ID card includes a U.S. flag and the word VETERAN prominently displayed on the front.

Any honorably discharged veteran is entitled to a free veteran driver’s license. A member or former member of the National Guard who served on active duty and received a DD Form 214 also qualifies. 

Veterans must be a current resident of Georgia to apply for a veteran driver's license. 

In order to obtain a veteran’s driver’s license, the applying veteran must take their DD Form 214 and proof of residency, together with all required identifying documents (birth certificate or passport; Social Security card; two documents showing residential address; and, if applicable, name change documentation), to a Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) office.

A DDS representative will administer a vision exam, verify the veteran's eligibility, and issue a veteran's driver's license.

For more information, call 678-413-8400, or visit the Department of Driver Services.