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Georgia and Wisconsin waiving road tests for teens

Georgia and Wisconsin waiving road tests for teens

Georgia and Wisconsin have announced that they are waiving road test requirements for teens age 16 and 17. Wisconsin: Starting May 11, road tests may be waived for 16 and 17-year-olds who complete the required training and have their parent or guardian sign a road...

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) and DMV Closures

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and DMV Closures

Last Updated Jun 4, 2020, Source: CNN and official DMV websites. COVID-19 and the DMV The novel coronavirus (aka COVD-19) has spread through all continents except Antarctica and to all states. There are widespread school closures and large gathering cancellations and...

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How to Change lanes effectively

How to Change lanes effectively

Passing - How to Change Lanes Effectively Passing is the act of changing lanes to move past a slower vehicle. The question we always ask is "How to change lanes effectively?" While all public roads have speed limits, not all vehicles travel at the same speed. For...

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Licensing and Financial Responsibility

Licensing and Financial Responsibility

Licensing and Financial Responsibility Driving in Florida is a privilege, not a right. Therefore, any person who wishes to operate a motor vehicle in Florida must abide by limitations governed by traffic laws and must meet certain criteria before you may obtain a...

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Signs, Signals, and Road Markings

Signs, Signals, and Road Markings

Traffic controls are markers, signs, and signal devices used to inform, guide, and regulate the movement of motor vehicles on the road. These help to make driving a safer and more satisfying experience for all road users. Traffic controls serve one of the four...

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Safety Equipment

Safety Equipment

  Safety Equipment In this chapter, we will learn about the equipment in a car that is created to protect the driver and passengers in case of collisions.Safety/Seat Belts Every vehicle should be equipped with safety restraint...

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Hazardous Driving Conditions

Hazardous Driving Conditions

Hazardous Driving Conditions Driving your vehicle in hazardous conditions, such as snow, heavy rain, or thick fog, is a matter of preparation, practice, and―as always with driving―calm and caution. Traffic crashes are more common during severe weather conditions, and...

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