Have you ever heard of Dari? Well, it is a language– also known as Dari Persian– and the Georgia Department of Driver Services plans to add it to languages offered to take the knowledge, or permit, driver’s license test. Also, did you know that in recent years Georgia allows driver’s license exams to be given in 14 different languages including Arabic, Bosnian, Cambodian, Chinese, Laotian, Spanish, Farsi and Vietnamese?

Now comes Dari, because of an influx of Afghan refugees being located in Georgia. It is a reminder, according to the Washington-based organization ProEnglish, that this situation not only further undermines Georgia’s official English-in-government law but also continues to pose a clear safety hazard to motorists. 

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