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Georgia DUI, Alcohol or Drug Use Risk Reduction Program ($10,000) A Georgia DUI, Alcohol or Drug Use Risk Reduction Program Surety Bond is required by the Georgia Department of Driver Services for any applicant (Principal) that wishes to receive a certificate to operate a DUI, Alcohol or Drug Use Risk Reduction Program in the state of Georgia. A program is any DUI Alcohol or Drug Use Risk Reduction Program that is certified by the Department to deliver the Assessment and Intervention Components. It guarantees that the applicant will faithfully comply with all laws set forth by the State of Georgia.
SORPid: C-589

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State: Georgia
Category: DUI, Alcohol or D...
Obligee: Georgia Departmen...
Amount: $10,000
Duration: Stated on Bond
Expiration: Stated on Bond

Cost: $100

DUI, Alcohol or Drug Use Risk Reduction Program Bond
Cost:
$100
State:
Georgia
Category:
License & Permit Bonds
Obligee:
Georgia Department of Driver Services
Amount:
$10,000
Duration:
Stated on Bond
Expiration:
Stated on Bond
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