WETHERSFIELD - Department of Motor Vehicles today announced that the state driverís manual is now online in audio format to help supplement the print version. The audio version can be found at http://1.usa.gov/XZcrKC
ďThis is another DMV effort to make driving safety education accessible in a number of ways Ė audio, print and online. Getting the safety message out in as many ways as possible increases our chances of preventing crashes, injuries and deaths,Ē said DMV Commissioner Melody A. Currey.
The driverís manual was revised in January of this year and the audio version, narrated by Jeffrey Stango of Torrington, were recently completed. Stango is a recent graduate of the University of Hartfordís School of Communication and has worked with DMV on various teen driving outreach projects.
The department is now working on providing a Spanish audio version of the driverís manual. The revised Spanish translation of the manual was also completed earlier this year. The print and audio versions of the manual in both languages can be found at http://1.usa.gov/SzcxoN
Content Last Modified on 10/30/2012 9:35:18 AM