In Ontario there's a "Ontario Driver's Handbook" which basically summarizes all the important laws associated with driving in Ontario: what the road signs mean, stopping for street-cars and school buses, turning right on a red light, etc. etc. People are expected to read this when they're studying for their driving license examination. It's clearer than the corresponding statutes (e.g. it's illustrated with the road signs and lane markings).
Is there any similar publication for France, on paper or online?
Is it published by the State, or is it an anthology that's published privately, perhaps for driving schools?
A French-language publication is fine.
I've searched online and I can find the actual statutes but not any learner-friendly publication.
Do learners learn by reading the statutes?