The Georgia driver's risk reduction program? I have never heard of anyone being drug tested there.
Neither my partner or I has ever heard of anyone being tested while completing a risk reduction program.
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I have never heard of drug testing at the risk reduction class. I don't even believe they are equipped to handle that.
No. DUI School does not drug test you.
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