If you, or someone you know is looking to get a driver's license, or refresh one's driving skills, then start at the Library.
Getting Ready to Drive: A How-To Guide by Eva Apelqvist [YA 629.283 APE] would be a good start for a teen, as would Rules of the Road, a DVD [DVD 629.28 RUL]. Someone brushing up on skills might benefit from Advanced Highway Driving: Tactics for Safety and Optimization by Paul Maravelias [629.283 MAR].
A complete driver education course can be found in Driver Ed in a Box. Parent Taught Driver Education [KIT 629.283 DRI]. The kit comes with instruction manuals, DVDs, and audio CDs.
Internet resources make New Hampshire driver testing easy. Click on Driving-Tests.org
...provides free and interactive practice tests based on the New Hampshire driver's license manual. No registration information is collected, and the site is ad-free! Study for the permit test, the driver's license test, and the senior citizens' refresher test. Online driver's manuals, as well as practice tests, for car, truck, and motorcycle licenses! Accessibility features allows pages to be read aloud, translated into other languages, and magnified!
Also, practice for a learner's permit at DMV Permit Practice Test.
Once you're safely on the road, take one of the drives found in Scenic Driving New Hampshire: Exploring the State's Most Spectacular Byways and Back Roads by Stewart M. Green [917.42 GRE 2016].