Driver Handbook in Arizona
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The first step to acquiring a new driver's license in any state is usually to read the driver's handbook, which gives you the lowdown on traffic law and vehicle safety that you need to pass your written exams (not to mention staying safe after you do get your license).
These tiny books are bastions of information about everything from speed limits in residential neighborhoods to rules about roadkill. You can download them for free if you have Adobe Reader, and if you don't have it, the program itself is available as a free download.
The Arizona Driver License Manual and Customer Service Guide will help you get started on the process of applying for a driver's license from the state's Motor Vehicle Division (MVD), and prepare you to pass the required written and behind-the-wheel exams. The handbook is also available in a Spanish version.
While the entire commercial driver's license (CDL) handbook is not available online, the Arizona MVD does offer the section related to school bus drivers in PDF form. To pick up a free copy of the entire CDL manual, visit an MVD CDL office.
Arizona driver's handbooks are also available in paper form at your local MVD or third-party office.
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