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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-12-2004, 10:59 PM Thread Starter
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Need boots for DMV test?

My friend says you need boots that cover your ankles. Is this true?

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Re: Need boots for DMV test?

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My friend says you need boots that cover your ankles. Is this true?

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I don't recall this requirement. With a quick check of the DMV web site I did not see this requirement. You may want check for yourself.

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I think boots are required for the MSF course. Proper foot wear is always a good idea....if you got them....wear them....if you don't, maybe this is the perfect excuse to pick up a pair, hiking boots will do nicely.

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I think boots are required for the MSF course. Proper foot wear is always a good idea....if you got them....wear them....if you don't, maybe this is the perfect excuse to pick up a pair, hiking boots will do nicely.
I believe they are required for the MSF. I don't recall wearing boots for the DMV test.

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Information on testing and required equipment is on page 45 and 46.

It doesn't say that boots are required but you are required to wear proper eye protection.

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