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  • Driver Handbook in Pennsylvania

    The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's (PennDOT) driver manuals act as your prime source for preparing for the state's various written licensing exams. It's also smart to read the driver handbook when you relocate to Pennsylvania, or if it's been years since you took driver's ed―laws are different from state to state, and they change over time.

    Pennsylvania Driver's Manual

    PennDOT offers its driver's manual in English and Spanish. Both contain several pages of Grade-A information that includes topics such as junior driver license information, child restraints, drinking and driving, test information, how to negotiate curves, highway safety, rules of the road, and organ donor information.

    Commercial Driver's Manual

    This manual, too, is offered in English and in Spanish. It offers sections diving into subjects like driving safety, air brakes, tank vehicles, hazardous materials, and what to expect on the vehicle inspection test.

    Motorcycle Manual

    You can read this in English or Spanish. The motorcycle manual provides several pages of first-rate information on mirror use, proper posture while riding, passing, navigating slick roads, clothing, and several sample written test questions.

    How to Acquire a Manual

    All the manuals can be downloaded in PDF format and viewed using Adobe's free Reader software. You can also get any of these manuals from you local Driver and Vehicle Service Center.

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