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MI Manual 2013

MI Manual 2013

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MI drivers Manual 2013
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Ruth Johnson, Secretary of State
What Every Driver Must Know
State of Michigan
July 2012
Dear Michigan Motorist:There are nearly 7 million licensed drivers and 10 millionregistered vehicles in Michigan, which means our highwaysand roads are busy places. Ensuring motorists have the skillsand knowledge to drive safely and responsibly is one of the bestways to remain safe on the road.I am pleased to offer this latest edition of 
What Every Driver  Must Know.
In it, you will nd information about driver’slicenses, teens and driving, common trafc rules, signs and
signals, what to do in emergencies, and much more. Whether youare a novice driver or have years of experience behind the wheel,this booklet can be a helpful guide.Driving requires your full attention. Distractions such cell phones, texting, tuning the radio, and eating should be avoidedwhen you are behind the wheel. Please make sure that you and
your passengers remain safe. Obey all trafc laws, make sure
everyone is buckled up or in an appropriate child safety seat,and never drink and drive. Michigan is a great state with manydifferent opportunities for travel, recreation, and fun. Pleasedrive safely.Sincerely,Ruth JohnsonSecretary of State
Table of Contents
Introduction 6
1. Michigan Driver’s License Information 7
Michigan Residents 7 New Michigan Residents 7
General Licensing Requirements 8The Driver’s License Process 10
Providing Your Social Security Number; Providing Proof 
of Legal Presence; Providing Proof of Identity; Providing Proof 
of Residency; Physical Standards; Vision Test; Knowledge Test;Temporary Instruction Permit (TIP); Driving Skills Test;
Restricted License Due to Disability or Illness; ChangingInformation on Your License; The Decision to Give Up Driving
Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) 17
Driver Education Certication; Parental Consent and Support
Graduated Driver Licensing Summary 18
Driver Education—Segment 1; Level 1 License;Driver Education—Segment 2; Level 2 License; Level 3 License
Probationary Program 23
Trafc Violations While on Probation; Ending Probation
Other Licenses and Endorsements 24
Chauffeur’s License; Commercial Driver License:Group A, Group B, Group C; CDL Temporary InstructionPermit; Additional CDL Information; Moped License;
Motorcycle Endorsement; Recreational Double R Endorsement
Renewing Your Michigan Driver’s License 30
The Renewal Process; Renewing Online or by Mail
Special Renewals 32
Duplicate License; Early Renewals; Out-of-StateRenewal by Mail; License Lost While Out of State;
Military Personnel and Dependents; Driving in a Foreign
Country; Obtaining a German or South Korean Drivers License
2. Voter Registration, Organ Donation, and State
Identication Cards 35
Voter Registration Information 35Organ, Eye, and Tissue Donor Program 36State Identication Cards 37
3. Your Michigan Driving Record 38
Your Driving Record 38
Trafc Tickets; Michigan’s Point System; Points for SomeTrafc Convictions; Basic Driver Improvement Course;Michigan’s Driver Responsibility Law; Obtaining a Copy of Your 
Driving Record

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