Driver Handbook in Connecticut
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You're going to need to do your homework before taking the required Department of Motor Vehicles exams to receive a learner's permit, commercial license, or non-commercial driver's license. To help you study, the state publishes a series of free driver handbooks.
Each of these handbooks is specifically designed to help you pass required license exams. They include practice questions and safe driving tips, as well as motor vehicle laws.
Just because you're getting behind the wheel doesn't necessarily mean you're getting behind the wheel of a regular passenger vehicle. Don't forget to check out these specialized manuals and publications.
- DMV.org's Manuals section, which covers a wealth of specialized publications in pdf, audio, and PowerPoint formats.
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