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In order to apply for your Nevada drivers license you must:
You must also meet the following drivers education and training requirements:
Before you go to the DMV, schedule an appointment in advance. You will be taking a skills test before you can receive your Nevada driver license.
Bring the following documents with you to your DMV driving skills test appointment:
Drivers under age 18 may not:
The Nevada DMV requires that you be at least 16 years of age to get your driver’s license. You must have held your learners permit for at least 6 months, and have no at-fault accidents, no moving violation convictions, and no drug or alcohol convictions in the 6 months prior to applying. You must also have completed an approved 30 hour drivers education course and logged 50 hours of behind-the-wheel experience with a licensed adult.
OnlineDriversEd.com meets Nevada’s 30-hour requirement for driver's education. Once you complete your course and we receive your notarized statement, your certificate of completion will be available to you instantly as a PDF file to download, save, and print within 24 hours.
Once you have met the requirements to apply for your driver’s license, you will need to schedule a drive test appointment at your local DMV office.
While you are under 18, your driver’s license is subject to certain restrictions. For the first 6 months after your license is issued, you may not transport any passenger under the age of 18 except for immediate family members. Until you turn 18, you may not drive between the hours of 10 PM and 5 AM. Please also be aware of varying local curfews in Nevada cities.
For more information about the requirements and procedures for getting and holding your Nevada driver’s license, we recommend visiting the Nevada DMV’s Teen Driving page.