Driver HandbookCruising down the street is a freedom like no other, but we must remember that driving is a privilege which, like all privileges, comes with a few rules and regulations. Your state's published driver handbook is the ultimate source of information on the rules of the road.
Who Needs a Driver Handbook?
Because they help us study for license exams, as well as refresh our memories of road rules and even infraction penalties, both new and experienced drivers alike will benefit from reviewing driver handbooks.
Maybe you're getting ready to apply for your first license, or maybe you've been driving for 20 years. Driver handbooks are useful for all drivers, regardless of skill level.
Driver handbooks can also assist you with non-resident issues, teach you how to handle emergency situations, and help you locate important websites and contact information for your state.
Obtaining a copy of your driver handbook is easy. All you have to do is use DMV.org for your state. DMV.org has located driver handbooks nationwide, all of which can either be downloaded, ordered, or picked up at your local driver licensing office.
So, whether you want to arm yourself with the knowledge to pass your first written exam, or keep yourself informed of your state's road rules, you can do it all here at DMV.org.Choose a State:
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