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West Virginia Drivers Handbook | West Virgina Drivers Manual

West Virginia Drivers Handbook | West Virgina Drivers Manual

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Driving a motor vehicle in West Virginia is a privilege that carries
many responsibilities. This privilege must first be earned and then
carefully guarded or it may be lost.

Your well-being, as well as the safety of the occupants in your vehicle,
depends upon your ability to safely operate a motor vehicle. In addition,
the safety of occupants in other vehicles, each pedestrian, and bicyclist also
depends directly upon your ability to operate a motor vehicle. As a licensed
driver, you have the privilege to drive because you have successfully shown that
you possess the knowledge and skill to be a safe driver.

However, the driving privilege can be lost if you do not continue to show you
are a safe driver. You can lose your driver’s license for a short time, a long time, or
a lifetime. This manual is only a partial digest of West Virginia motor vehicle laws.
As a prospective driver, you should become familiar with all of the information
in this manual. It will enable you to pass the driver examination and help you
become a good driver.

Generally, the majority of applicants for a driver’s license will be operators
of regular passenger vehicles, pickup trucks, or vans (Class E). This handbook is
designed to provide you with the information you need to obtain and keep a
Class E driver’s license. This handbook guides you in following the laws and
rules of the road, explains the best practices necessary to avoid crashes, and
encourages consideration for the rights of all users of the highways. Other
manuals and handbooks are available for commercial drivers and motorcycle
operators.

The driver examination program provides fundamental education in traffic
safety and allows you to match your driving ability with accepted standards for
safe driving.
Driving a motor vehicle in West Virginia is a privilege that carries
many responsibilities. This privilege must first be earned and then
carefully guarded or it may be lost.

Your well-being, as well as the safety of the occupants in your vehicle,
depends upon your ability to safely operate a motor vehicle. In addition,
the safety of occupants in other vehicles, each pedestrian, and bicyclist also
depends directly upon your ability to operate a motor vehicle. As a licensed
driver, you have the privilege to drive because you have successfully shown that
you possess the knowledge and skill to be a safe driver.

However, the driving privilege can be lost if you do not continue to show you
are a safe driver. You can lose your driver’s license for a short time, a long time, or
a lifetime. This manual is only a partial digest of West Virginia motor vehicle laws.
As a prospective driver, you should become familiar with all of the information
in this manual. It will enable you to pass the driver examination and help you
become a good driver.

Generally, the majority of applicants for a driver’s license will be operators
of regular passenger vehicles, pickup trucks, or vans (Class E). This handbook is
designed to provide you with the information you need to obtain and keep a
Class E driver’s license. This handbook guides you in following the laws and
rules of the road, explains the best practices necessary to avoid crashes, and
encourages consideration for the rights of all users of the highways. Other
manuals and handbooks are available for commercial drivers and motorcycle
operators.

The driver examination program provides fundamental education in traffic
safety and allows you to match your driving ability with accepted standards for
safe driving.

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You can prevent overheating in slow-moving trafc by shifting into neutral and racing your engine
briefy during stops. This will speed up the fan and water pump. If the warning light or gauge shows
the engine is overheating, pull of the road and turn the engine of. Do not remove the radiator cap
until the engine has cooled of.

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