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Drivers Ed Rules Of Road

Drivers education lessons and tips from top car driving websites.

Rules of the Road

Driving Rules on the Net
The Driving Rules Network now includes sites for AustraliaGreat Britain. andGermany.

Is legal driving safe driving?
Collision-prevention training vs. just what is legal.

Teen New Drivers’ Homepage
A delightful site with lots of reminders and tips from teens all over the world. (Such as watching out for stray camels on the road.)

by Mark Long
When used in conjunction with your driving lessons, “Driving lessons. Driven by mind. Exclusive driver training method. Pass your driving test.” will help you accelerate your driving skills and confidence, by using the power of imagination and your amazing mind.

Online Study Guide for Student Drivers
Features illustrative animation, sample test questions and  rules of the road every driver needs to know.

Why in Britain do we drive on the left?
Up to the late 1700’s, everybody travelled on the left side of the road because it’s the sensible option for feudal, violent societies of mostly right-handed people.

Traffic Signs – Clipart

All Signs Point to Fun!
Printable Traffic Signs for Kids. Just the right size to print out and glue to the back of popsicle sticks, and stuff into a lump of clay for creating streets signs on small roads for toy cars.

Free Road Sign Practice Test
Take this 7 question free road sign practice test to determine if you are ready for the Drivers License Exam. For those who live in areas without roundabouts or call them by a different name, such as a rotary, the first question my be tricky, so I’m giving it away here.

Sign Center
These are most likely Canadian traffic signs, as they are both in English and French.