Motorcycle Manual in New Hampshire
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The New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) doesn't publish a motorcycle manual. There is some information on training and licensing available at any DMV substation or local town office; just ask for the Motorcycle Rider Training Schedule, or obtain it online using the free Adobe Reader.
Also available online is the DMV's Motorcycle Rider Training Web page, which includes some information about operating a motorcycle in New Hampshire.
Safety tips and traffic rules can be found in the Driver's Manual. There is a special section about sharing the road. The focus of that section is particularly relevant to the motorcycle driver because many motorcycle accidents involve other vehicles.
As a motorcycle driver, you must drive very defensively and stay alert more than you might in your car. Car and truck drivers don't always see motorcycles and some drivers don't understand the mechanics of a motorcycle in terms of stopping distance and acceleration.
The skills test you must take in order to get your motorcycle license and the state-offered rider training course are excellent educational resources you can look to in place of a dedicated motorcycle manual.Local Motorcycle Safety Course
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