The Importance of the Wisconsin Drivers Handbook
Thankfully, if you ever have any questions about the most updated laws and rules of the road in the state of Wisconsin, all you have to do is consult your Wisconsin Motorists’ Handbook.While the Wisconsin DMV can be the place to go for all of your traffic and driving inquiries, it’s not always the most convenient option. Long lines, pesky crowds, and generally unpleasant people can make a quick trip to the DMV an excruciating excursion lasting the better part of a day.
What is the Wisconsin Motorists’ Handbook?
If you’re looking for a resource on driver safety in Wisconsin, consider the Motorists’ Handbook your bible. Curated by the DMV, this comprehensive tome is an exhaustive look at all of the traffic laws and road rules upheld by the state of Wisconsin, along with helpful driving tips that you may not find elsewhere. In it, you’ll find valuable information such as:
- New and updated traffic laws
- Parking rules
- Proper right-of-way protocol
- How to share the road with bicycles and other vehicles
- Road signs and traffic signals
- Driving in inclement weather
- Freeway driving vs city driving
- The penalties for texting while driving
If that weren’t enough, the Wisconsin Motorists’ Handbook is updated frequently to reflect any new and/or updated laws that may have been approved recently. As such, it’s a good idea to periodically check for new versions of the Handbook.
And the best part? It’s 100% free.
Where Can I Get the Wisconsin Motorists’ Handbook?
Nabbing a copy of the Motorists’ Handbook is as simple as popping into a DMV office and grabbing one – but thanks to the Internet, you don’t have to go through the hassle of dealing with people in real life! You can download a PDF file from the Motorists’ Handbook directly from the DMV website for your convenience. And if you have an eReader or a tablet, the website offers downloads in EPUB and MOBI formats too. The Wisconsin DMV makes it truly easy to ensure you stay safe on the roads and behind the wheel.
Once you have a copy, make sure you keep one in your car – you never know when you’ll need to consult the handbook for new laws and traffic rules.