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Kentucky Driver's Manual

Kentucky Driver's Manual



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Published by Chris Nash

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Published by: Chris Nash on Aug 15, 2008
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Dear Kentucky Driver,We are privileged each time we get behind the wheel of a vehicle and drivedown one of Kentucky’s scenic back roads or expansive highways. Along withthis privilege comes a great responsibility – something we should keep in theforefront of our minds as we traverse the Commonwealth.This manual is created to give you the proper foundation for carefully and responsibly taking on your role as a new driver. Study it well and you will beon your way to an enjoyable and safe driving experience.Remember to always wear your seatbelt, require the same of passengers and make sure that all children are secured in a federally approved child restraintseat. Obey Kentucky’s traf 
c laws. They are on the books to protect the safetyand well being of everyone who travels throughout the Bluegrass State.Best wishes for a safe and pleasurable driving experience.Sincerely,Steven L. Beshear Governor 
KentuckyUnbridledSpirit.comAn Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D
Dear Kentucky Driver,
The Kentucky Drivers Manual has been prepared by the Kentucky StatePolice to provide you with the knowledge and basic skills to become a safe andcourteous driver. By thoroughly studying this manual, you will develop good drivinghabits and a better understanding of the traffic laws of Kentucky. It should be your goalto learn everything you can before starting your driving career. By committing yourself to this goal, you will in turn make the roadways of Kentucky safer for everyone.
I would like to remind you that Kentucky law requires the use of safety belts andapproved child restraint seats. These laws were passed to protect you and your passengers and they are strictly enforced. I sincerely hope your driving experience isenjoyable and that you commit to making our roadways safe by following the trafficlaws of Kentucky.
Wishing you the very best with your new driving privilege.Sincerely,Rodney Brewer Commissioner Kentucky State Police
Rodney Brewer Commissioner 
KentuckyUnbridledSpirit.com An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D

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