Can I download a booklet or drivers manual to prepare for my drivers license test?

As you can see in the grid below, most states provide an online driver license booklet for applicants to download and use to both learn the states rules of the road and study for the drivers license test.

Depending on your state, you might even be able to choose from different formats. For example, a state might provide a PDF version of its drivers manual (most states do), but it might also offer an HTML version to cut back on the time it takes to download.

And, if your state is particularly savvy, you might even be able to download an audio version of the drivers handbook.

Studying for Your Drivers License Test

Your state’s drivers manual is one of the best resources available for preparing for your drivers license test. Not only do many states provide a practice test within the booklet, but also most states base their drivers license exam questions on information included in the handbook.

Yes No
Alabama
x
Alaska
x
Arizona
x
Arkansas
x
California
x
Colorado
x
Connecticut
x
Delaware
x
Florida
x
Georgia
x
Hawaii
x
Idaho
x
Illinois
x
Indiana
x
Iowa
x
Kansas
x
Kentucky
x
Louisiana
x
Maine
x
Maryland
x
Massachusetts
x
Michigan
x
Minnesota
x
Mississippi
x
You must pick up a copy at your local driver license location for $2.
Missouri
x
Montana
x
Nebraska
x
You can also download each chapter in mp3 format.
Nevada
x
New Hampshire
x
New Jersey
x
New Mexico
x
New York
x
North Carolina
x
North Dakota
x
Ohio
x
Oklahoma
x
Oregon
x
Pennsylvania
x
Rhode Island
x
South Carolina
x
South Dakota
x
Tennessee
x
Texas
x
Utah
x
Vermont
x
Virginia
x
Washington
x
West Virginia
x
Wisconsin
x
Wyoming
x
Washington DC
x

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