10/27/201115 person passenger vans are common ways of moving groups of people who may require multiple cars, but not require a full size bus. However, passenger vans may not be as safe as passenger cars particularly if they are being driven by someone who is not used to how the van handles or should be maintained.
Dover Law Firm
Dover Law Firm
Georgia License Requirements for Passenger Vans
Accordingly, Georgia law requires the driver of a passenger van designed to transport 15 passengers plus a driver to obtain a commercial driver's license. In order to obtain a commercial driver's license a person must be at least 18-years-old, must pass the skills test, and must meet the other requirements set forth in the state Commercial Driver's Licensing Requirements.
Georgia Van Accidents Still Happen and You May Need Atlanta Car Accident Lawyers if You've Been Hurt
Despite the additional licensing requirements for passenger van drivers, accidents still occur. Passenger van accidents still cause injuries and deaths in Georgia, and victims still have the right to recover if their injury, or death of their loved one, was caused by the negligence of the van driver.
If you have been hurt, or if you have lost a loved one, please contact an experienced Atlanta car accident attorney today to discuss your rights and potential recovery. You can also learn more about what to do after an accident and how to protect your own rights in our FREE book: 4 Common Mistakes That Will Ruin Your Georgia Car or Truck Claim.
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