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  • 100% Online no classroom required
  • Fun microlearning videos and interactive games
  • Proven to reduce collisions
  • Free Practice tests
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  • Proof of completion in 30 minutes

How do I get my Nevada Driver's License?

Take a DMV-licensed Nevada driver’s education course.
(If you are under 18, you are required to take a DMV-licensed Nevada driver’s education course and earn a Certificate of Completion in order to obtain your Nevada driver’s license.) Improv’s Online Nevada driver’s ed course is DMV-licensed. Thus, you can take your driver’s education course online with Improv and receive a DMV-recognized Certificate of Completion. Please note: In order to receive your Certificate of Completion, the DMV requires that you send us a notarized form, which we will provide upon completion of Improv’s driver’s Ed course.
Study for your Nevada learner’s permit test.
To be eligible for a learner’s permit and your eventual driver’s license, everyone (no matter how old) must pass a written test on traffic laws and signs. 70% of test-takers fail on their first try and end up returning to the DMV. A proven way to increase your chances of passing your learner’s permit test is with up-to-date online Nevada permit practice tests. These randomly generated questions test your driving knowledge and prepare you for the real deal. Fifty online practice permit tests come free with our Nevada driver’s education course.

Apply for your Nevada learner’s permit (i.e. instruction permit).
You must apply for your learner’s permit at your local Nevada DMV office. In order to be eligible for a Nevada learner’s permit, you must:

1. Be at least 15 and a half years old.
2. Submit Application Form DLD1 and Form DLD–38 (these can be obtained at the DMV field office.) For minors, you must have a parent or guardian sign the financial responsibility section on the application. Parents or guardians will also need to contact their auto insurance carrier to check what adjustments need to be made to include a teen driver onto their policy.
3. Provide your Social Security number with one of the following:
a. State-Issued License or ID with social security number listed;
b. Social Security Card; or
c. Social Security Benefits Documentation.

4. Present proof of name and date of birth with one of the following:
a. Certified U.S. state-issued Birth Certificate; U.S. Passport;
b. Certificate of Citizenship or Naturalization; or
c. Resident Alien Card or I-551 Receipt.
d. Have your picture taken.
e. Give a thumb print.
f. Pay the application fee.
g. Pass a vision exam.
h. Pass the written learner’s permit test. This test consists of 50 multiple-choice questions based on the Nevada Driver’s Handbook.

All documents that you provide to the DMV must be originals; photocopies will not be accepted. Once you pass the written learner’s permit test, you’ll be issued a Nevada instruction permit. (Remember: when driving with an instruction permit, a licensed driver 21 or older, who has been licensed for at least one year, must be seated next to you at all times.) Instruction permits are valid for one year, and if your permit is expired for more than 30 days, you’ll be required to take the written test again.
Practice driving under supervision.
If you are under 18, you must hold your instruction permit for at least 6 months and complete 50 hours of practice driving (including 10 hours of night driving) under the supervision of a licensed driver who is at least 21 and who has been licensed for at least one year. The 50 hours of driving must be documented in a Beginning Driver Experience Log. Driver’s training with a professional instructor is not mandatory in Nevada. However, for your safety and the safety of those around you, Improv Driver’s Ed strongly recommends that you take lessons with an experienced instructor.
Schedule an appointment at your local DMV office for your Nevada driver’s license driving test.
Take the driving test for your Nevada driver’s license. To be eligible for a driver’s license in Nevada, you are required to:

1. Be 16 years of age or older.
2. Present your Certificate of Completion that was issued to you by a driver’s ed course which is licensed by Nevada (if under 18.)
3. Have held an instruction permit for at least 6 months. During this time, you must not have been found at fault in an accident, or been convicted of any traffic moving violation, or been convicted of an alcohol or controlled substance offense.
4. Present your instruction permit.
5. Submit a completed Beginning Driver Experience Log (if under 18.) (Form DLD-130).
6. Have your parent or guardian accompany you when you apply for your driver’s license (if under 18.) They must sign the Affidavit for Minor to Be Licensed stating you have completed the required training.
7. Bring a vehicle in which to take the driving test along with the vehicle’s valid registration and insurance. You can only take the driving skills test in a passenger car or truck that is properly registered and insured (rental cars are not accepted). The Driving Examiner will check the registration and insurance, and perform a safety inspection.

Once you have passed the driving skills test, your license will be issued. The fee is $2.25. The following restrictions will apply to your license:

Young drivers may not transport any passenger under 18, except for immediate family members, for the first six months after the license was issued. Drivers under 18 may not drive between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. unless they are traveling to or from a scheduled event such as a school event or work. Law enforcement officials may ask for satisfactory evidence of the event. This applies to all drivers under the age of 18. It is illegal to drive in violation of any local curfew law. Nevada has a .02 blood alcohol limit for drivers under 21. Drivers can be arrested for any detectable amount of a controlled substance. It is important to note that a driver 18 and under will have their license suspended for any alcohol or controlled substance offenses, firearms offenses, or persistent truancy. A minor will also have their license suspended for any offense that an adult license would also be suspended.

Frequently Asked Questions

Guide For Student Drivers and Their Parents

Adult-Supervised Driving

Student drivers need direct supervision by a licensed driver for 50 hours to learn about driving safely on public roadways. The chaperone must be over 21 years of age and have a license that’s at least a year old. Motor vehicle drivers need to complete at least 10 hours of driving at night, though motorcyclists do not. All chaperoned motorcycle rides need to occur during the daytime hours.

If you cannot complete an instructional driving course, due to a lack of programs in a 30-mile radius or inability to finish online schooling, you need to up the 50-hour requirement to 100 hours total. The 10 hours of nighttime driving apply to this requirement as well.

Record the date and time of each supervised drive in your Beginning Driver Experience Log (DLD-130). Have your parents sign and date the log sheet before turning it in with the rest of your license application forms. You must fill out the form in full before attempting to complete the official skills test. Additional Time Sheets.

The DMV will only accept recorded sessions on the official form. You can keep a separate logbook for other entities, like your insurance group, that require it. In addition to drives taken with your chosen chaperone, be sure to log practice time with your driving instructor if you’re completing a structured course.

Consider downloading the DMV’s official training guide to learn a few ways to improve your practice sessions. You can learn about Nevada laws, signage and required skills by reading through this guide.

Parent-Student Contract

To keep everyone on the same page, go through and sign a Parent-Teen Driving Agreement designed for teens and their parents. The agreement ensures everyone understands and agrees to follow the rules of driving imposed by the state and the family. Teens must explicitly learn that driving privileges can be revoked at any time upon breaking the rules of the road.

Be A Safe Driving Role Model

Parents lead the way in teaching their teens how to safely navigate public roadways. Teens will mimic their parent’s actions behind the wheel while learning how to drive. Parents should closely follow the laws, obey signage and drive defensively to show their teen the right way to pilot a vehicle.

  • Use turn signals
  • Never speed
  • Obey right of way
  • Discuss DUI risks
  • Extend ride offers without risk of punishment
  • Discuss risk of death during collisions, especially for inexperienced drivers

NV Teen Driver Course FAQs

How does Online Driver’s Education work?

It’s VERY easy. You will first create an account (which is a very quick process). And once you have created your account, you are ready to begin your Nevada driver’s education course. You’ll be on the road to satisfying your Nevada driver’s ed requirement in no time!

Your course is available to you online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This means that you can log in and out from any location and from any computer that has internet access. Your progress is saved each time you log-off. Which means that, each and every time you log in, you will start exactly from where you left off. Doesn’t that sound better than spending your free time in a classroom?

At the end of the course, there will be a final exam. Don’t worry though – you can take it as many times as you need in order to pass. Once you pass the test, you can print your certificate of completion instantly

Who Must take a Nevada Driver's Ed course?

If you are between the ages of 15½ and 18, and are planning to obtain a Nevada learner’s permit (instruction permit), you’ll need to complete a DMV-licensed driver’s education course.

DriverZ’s online course is DMV-licensed and fulfills the Nevada driver’s education requirement for new drivers under 18. Regardless of your age, if you want to learn about driving in Nevada and you plan to obtain a Nevada driver’s license, you should take this course.

Does the DriverZ's Driver’s Ed course satisfy DMV Requirements?

Yes. Our course is DMV-licensed and is equivalent to the regular 30-hour in-class driver’s education course. View our license.

What is the Difference between Driver’s Ed and Driver’s Training?

Driver’s Ed is a course that teaches you the rules of the road, vehicle safety, and everything that you need to know before you get behind the wheel for the first time. In Nevada, every new driver under 18 years old must take a 30-hour driver’s education course in order to apply for the driver’s license.

Driver’s Training involves in-car driving lessons that you take with a licensed driving instructor. There is no mandatory driver’s training requirement in Nevada, but DriverZ strongly recommends that you take lessons with an experienced instructor.

What is the Supervised Driving Period?

If you’re under 18, once you have your instruction permit, you will have to practice driving for at least 6 months before you apply for your Nevada driver’s license. During this time, you must practice driving for at least 50 hours (including 10 hours of night driving) under the supervision of a person who is at least 21 years old, and who has held a driver’s license for at least one year.

The 50 hours of driving must be documented in a Beginning Driver Experience Log which your parent/legal guardian must sign when you apply for your Nevada driver’s license.

How much does the online course cost?

The cost for the online Nevada driver’s education online course is $29.95.

How long will it take for me to finish the online course?

This will vary depending on your individual pace. By Nevada law, all driver’s education courses must be at least 30 hours. The good news is that with DriverZ’s Driver’s Ed, you can always go at your own pace and log in and out at your convenience. Think of how fast time can fly if you do 20 minutes here and there!

How do I access the 50 free online practice permit tests?

After you pay for the course, your free practice permit tests will be accessible in your online account.

When will I receive my Certificate of Completion?

After you complete DriverZ’s Driver’s Ed course, you can print your certificate of completion instantly.

How can I change the delivery method of my Certificate of Completion?

You can change your delivery method online in your account or by calling us at 1.800.660.8908

Will I need to take driver's training after I take this online course?

Driver’s training (in-car driving lessons) is not mandatory in Nevada. However, DriverZ strongly recommends that you take driving lessons with a professional instructor. Find a local driving school to continue your journey.

Will I need to take a high school driver’s ed class in addition to this course?

No. DriverZ’s Nevada driver’s license course gives you everything you need to complete driver’s education.

What's included in DriverZ’s Driver’s Ed course fee?

The $29.95 course fee includes everything you need to complete your driver’s education course online as well as earn a DMV-recognized Certificate of Completion.

How do I pay for the course?

Once you create an account, you can pay online using VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or PayPal. You can also pay by credit card over the phone by calling our customer service at 1.800.660.8908.

If you would like to pay by check or money order, you’ll receive instructions at the time of payment.

Is it safe to use my credit card online?

DriverZ’s Nevada Driver’s License Course Direct always uses the latest in security technology to protect your internet transactions. And to ensure your privacy, your credit card number is never kept on file.

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