Oklahoma to print more driver's manuals

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - A new batch of driver's instruction manuals are being printed and should be available by late November or early December.

Department of Public Safety officials say a budget crunch prevented them from spending the $53,000 for 100,000 additional copies.

Public Safety Commissioner Kevin Ward says he's working with the State Highway Safety Office to get federal funding to cover the cost of printing the manuals.

Parents, tag agents and driving school owners have complained DPS ran out of the manuals several months ago.

The agency has told the public to access the manual online.

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