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Why You Need a Driving Manual
Before getting your driver's license you must pass a driving test. Before being allowed to take the driving test your must pass the written test. The written test is based on your state's Driver's License manual, so before going any further you should find your state on the map above and click on it. This will take to a page from which you can download your states Driver's License manual so you can start studying right away.
Contents of a Driving Manual
The manual contains information about the different type of licenses, road signs, state traffic laws and safe driving information and regulations. For example:
You must pull over and stop at the side of the road for any emergency vehicle with its lights or sirens on
Signs in yellow with black lettering and symbols are usually warning signs
What the maximum legal limit of blood alcohol is
The drivers manual is broken up into 3 main sections:
1.Information about licenses and owning a vehicle
2.Traffic laws and regulations
3.Safe driving suggestions
Section one is focused on ownership of vehicles and on some information about your relationship with the DMV. Sections 2 and 3 are the ones focused on the rules on the road and are the section you really want to pay attention to when studying for your exam. Before you begin studying you must remember that your study source should be based on the rules of your state DMV, so before you go any further find your state on the map above and click on it.
Once you have read the document you should go over to our sample test question and test your knowledge. Remember that practice makes perfect, and if you want to get your drivers permit as quickly as possibly you should put a bit of effort in knowing the rules. To do this find your state on the map above and download an online DMV tutorial.