Driver Handbook in NebraskaPage Overview
If you are required to complete a written test before receiving your driver license, the Nebraska Driver's Manual will be a valuable resource.
This driver handbook covers topics such as protecting your driving privileges; understanding road signs, signals, and markings; obeying the rules of the road; driving in adverse weather conditions; sharing the road with other drivers; and what to do if you're involved in a crash.
For your convenience, there are several ways to receive a copy of the Nebraska Driver's Manual:
- You may request a copy of the handbook from your local driver's exam station. No appointment is necessary, but some smaller offices have limited business hours.
- You can download a printable version of the handbook. However, this method requires the free Adobe Reader software and works best with a high-speed Internet connection.
- If you have a disability that makes reading difficult, you may wish to download the handbook in audio files.
Once you've reviewed your copy of the Nebraska Driver's Manual, you can complete a practice test to make sure you pass the exam on your first try.
Nebraska law requires a separate written test for each class of license. You can find both the commercial driver license (CDL) manual and the motorcycle manual online at the NE DMV website.
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