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    Driver's Manual

    You can download the online version of Mississippi's Driver Handbook.

    Mississippi does offer its driver's manual online, but you can also pick up a copy at your local driver's license office for $2.

    Studying the manual is a huge help when it comes to the driving tests you must pass when you apply for a driver's license. If you are already licensed, it's a good idea to pick up a new copy every few years to refresh your memory, and to study new laws enacted since you first got your license.

    While studying the manual, you'll find the following helpful topics:

    • Getting your license.
    • Safety procedures.
    • Rules of the road.
    • Traffic signals, signs and markings.
    • Emergency situations.
    • Defensive driving.
    • Road conditions.

    Note: The driver's manual is available only in English, although tests are also offered statewide in Spanish.

    Handbook for Commercial Drivers

    You can also download the CDL Handbook or pick up a copy of the "Professional Driver's Handbook" at your local driver's license office for $2.

    This detailed book will guide you through all the information you'll need to pass your commercial driver's license (CDL) written and driving tests.

    Motorcycle Operator Manual

    The Motorcycle Operator Manual is available online using the free Adobe Reader.

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