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Florida Driver’s Handbook

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The Florida driver handbook is your source for all the rules and regulations for Florida drivers. If you are getting your first drivers license in Florida then the driver handbook is your study guide.

Drivers Handbook Chapter 1

Chapter 1 of the Florida drivers handbook explains who needs a Florida drivers license, the identification required, the different types of licenses available as well as fees and restrictions.

Drivers Handbook Chapter 2 - Driving Privilege

Chapter 2 of the handbook addresses license suspensions, revocations, and cancellations. It also explains the points system for different traffic tickets, the Florida DUI laws, and Florida auto insurance requirements.

Drivers Handbook Chapter 3 - How to Drive

Chapter 3 of the Florida driver handbook details how you are expected to drive in Florida. Topics addressed include basic driving, safety belts, child car seats, speed limits and all the basic driving rules. If you are getting your first drivers license or need a refresher you should study this chapter.

Drivers Handbook Chapter 4 - Traffic Signs and Signals

Chapter 4 of the Florida driver handbook addresses all the traffic signals and signs in Florida. This chapter should be studied by anyone getting their drivers license. It's also a good reference if you do not understand a traffic sign.

Drivers Handbook Chapter 5 - Your Vehicle

Chapter 5 of the Florida driver handbook provides a guide to vehicles that may be driven on Florida roads. Included is a basic guide to maintaining your car covering topics like brakes, lights, your horn, windows, signals and equipment that his not permitted by the State of Florida.

Drivers Handbook Chapter 6 - Class D License (trucks)

If you drive a truck that weights 8,000 pounds or more and less than 26, 001 pounds you need a class D drivers license in Florida. This section of the drivers manual explains who needs an Class D license and rules that are specific to this type of Florida Drivers license.

Disclaimer: Please get an official copy of the Florida Driver Handbook by visiting your local DMV Office. While we try, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the online verison provided here.

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