Driver Handbook in Missouri
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If you need to complete a written exam to earn your Missouri driving privileges, the Driver Guide will be an invaluable resource. It covers traffic laws, road signs, highway driving, operating a motor vehicle under adverse weather conditions, and conducting a vehicle safety inspection.
In addition, topics such as auto insurance requirements, vehicle registration procedures, and the rules that drivers must follow to maintain their valid licenses are briefly discussed. A list of sample test questions and a glossary of important terms is provided to assist in preparation for the written driver's license exam.
These online manuals are Adobe PDF files. This easy-to-use format allows you to download printable electronic versions of brochures, manuals, forms, and other important files. However, you'll need the free Adobe Reader software in order to view your copy of the Driver Guide. In addition, a broadband Internet connection is recommended as files can be quite large.
If you are unable to download the appropriate driver handbook, you may request a printed copy at your nearest driver's license office location.
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