Driver Handbook in Tennessee
The Tennessee Driver License Handbook and its accompanying Study Guide could be considered a one-stop shop for all your driver licensing questions. And, the manual isn't just handy for new drivers; all drivers can benefit from the wealth of information included in it. You can pick up a manual at any driver license station, or get it online.
The entire handbook is available for download, or you can conveniently download only the chapters you need. Below is a brief outline of the chapters and information they cover. (You will need the free Adobe Reader to download and read PDF files.)
- Chapter 1 covers basic license information such as classes, IDs, who does and doesn't need one.
- Chapter 2 explains how to apply for your license, what to take, the fees, information for new residents and military drivers.
- Chapter 3 explains the Graduated Driver License procedures, requirements, and penalties.
- Chapter 4 explains the exams you'll need to take such as vision, knowledge, and road.
This study guide gives even more detailed instruction on how to be a safe driver in Tennessee. It also outlines everything you'll need to know to pass your driving tests―written and behind-the-wheel.
Topics include: alcohol, drugs, and driving; penalties and prevention; seat belt and child protection laws; traffic signals and signs; road rules and laws; special driving techniques, dealing with weather elements, driving at night, and animals on the road; defensive driving, distraction avoidance, and road rage; vehicle maintenance; and, tips on helping new drivers learn to drive.Other Topics in This SectionOrgan Donation Survey
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