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Driver's handbook provides review of road rules

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

Many drivers pass their driving test and never look at a driving manual again. But it's a wise idea to review the rules regularly to ensure safe driving.

When asked what to do when emergency vehicles were approaching or how much space to leave between cars, some drivers responded incorrectly. Others, however, had clearly brushed up on their knowledge and knew exactly what to do.

Free practice tests are available online.

The Mississippi Driver's Handbook can be viewed here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/g927gpcd0b4e27y/Driver-License-Manual-Jan-2012.pdf

 

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