The state of New Hampshire is home to hundreds of thousands of vehicles. For the safety of the drivers and passengers on the roads, New Hampshire publishes several important documents. These documents are available online and free of cost to be read by motorists in the state. The prime objective of documents like drivers’ manual in New Hampshire is to spread awareness about the state’s motor vehicle laws, safety guidelines and rules of the road. In New Hampshire driving is a privilege and not a right and the issuance of driver’s license comes with a lot of responsibility; responsibility to one’s own self, to the passengers and other drivers to use good sense whenever driving. Therefore, the state of New Hampshire’s driver’s manual is the best companion to every driver on the road in New Hampshire.
For the convenience of the readers, the manual is divided into parts:
- PART ONE – General Information
- PART TWO – Driver Licensing Information
- PART THREE – Motor Vehicle Title and Registration
- PART FOUR – Vehicle Equipment
- PART FIVE – Rules of the Road
- PART SIX – Turning and Signaling
- PART SEVEN – Following, Passing and Lane Usage
- PART EIGHT – Stopping
- PART NINE – Speed
- PART TEN – Parking
- PART ELEVEN – Hazardous Driving Conditions
- PART TWELVE – Driving Emergencies
- PART THIRTEEN – Expressway Driving
- PART FOURTEEN – Alcohol, Drugs and Driving
- PART FIFTEEN – Young and Old Drivers
- PART SIXTEEN – Accidents and Financial Responsibility
- PART SEVENTEEN – Safety and Energy Conservation
- PART EIGHTEEN – Sharing the Road
- PART NINTEEN – Commercial Driver’s License
In addition to the abovementioned, there is a whole section on information regarding organ donor program for those who may be interested in donating their body organs/tissues like lungs, liver, heart, kidneys or tendon, skin, or heart valves to those in need.
The manual is the perfect companion for those who are applying to get their driver’s license for the first time as well as those who are veteran drivers. Driving, in short, could be a challenge in New Hampshire as the state has versatile weather and road conditions and therefore drivers must read the state’s driver’s manual before driving.