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Nevada DMV Frequently Asked Questions

Table of Contents

  • After You Have Passed the Driving Exam (or Road Test)
  • Applying for Your Nevada License
  • Preparing For Your NV Driving Exam (or Road Test)
  • Preparing For Your NV Permit Test
  • Renewing Your NV License
  • Taking your NV Driving Exam (or Road Test)
  • Taking Your NV Permit Test
  • What If I'm Moving to Nevada or Just Visiting?
How much does car insurance cost?

The cost of car insurance varies depending on various factors like your age, how many people will be on your policy, what type of car you will drive, your driving record and the insurance company you choose.

What do I need in order to apply for car insurance?

Typically, when you apply for car insurance you will need to submit documents proving your identity, information detailing your driving record and information about the vehicle that you wish to insurance.

Do I need to have car insurance?

Yes. Nevada requires that you carry car insurance.

If I'm under 18, are there any limits to my driver's license?

Yes. If you are under 18, you will not be allowed to have passengers who are younger than 18 in the car with you. You will not be able to drive between 10 PM and 5 AM unless you are traveling to or from work. Additionally, your parents will be able to request for your license to be cancelled.

What happens after I pass my NV road test?

Once you have passed your NV Driving Exam, you will receive a temporary license, which you will be able to use until you receive your license, which typically arrives within ten days.

How To Get A Nevada Driver’s License

Driving may offer the privilege of freedom—but it comes at the price of responsibility.

In order to legally drive in Nevada, you must pass a number of tests that show the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) that you can handle a vehicle and follow the rules of the road.

Still, the process looks slightly different, depending on your age and the type of vehicle you want to drive.

Nevada Graduated Driver’s License (GLD) Program (Under Age 18)

The DMV has a system called the Graduated Driver’s License (GDL), which allocates certain driving privileges over a period of time.

If you’re under 18 when applying for your first Nevada license, you must use this system.

Nevada Learner’s Permit

The first step toward earning your license in Nevada is getting your learner’s permit. To earn it, you must:

  • Be at least 15 ½ years old.
  • Pass the written knowledge exam.
  • Pass a vision exam.

In order to start the process, schedule an appointment with the DMV, and:

A parent or guardian will also have to be present to sign paperwork on your behalf.

Once the tests are passed, the paperwork filed, and the fee paid, you’ll be issued your Nevada learner’s permit.

Learner’s Permit Restrictions

While practicing on your NV learners permit, you will ONLY allow you to drive while accompanied by someone who is:

  • At least 21 years old.
  • Fully licensed for at least 1 year.

You’ll also need to practice on this permit for at least 6 months before you can move on to the next step.

Intermediate Driver’s License

After your learner’s permit comes your intermediate license. To make the leap, you’ll have to:

  • Practice on your permit for at least 6 months.
  • Have no violations during that time.
  • Pass a state-approved Driver’s Education course.
  • Log at least 50 hours of practice.
    • If no Driver’s Ed courses are available within 30 miles of your home, you’ll need to practice for at least 100 hours.
  • Pass the driving exam.

Once you’re ready, schedule another appointment with the Department of Motor Vehicles, and make sure to bring:

You’ll also need your parents to sign paperwork on your behalf.

Provisional License Restrictions

If you’re 16 or 17 when you first receive your Nevada driver’s license, restrictions include:

  • No passengers under 18 years old (except immediate family members) for the first 6 months.
  • No driving between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m., unless it’s to a scheduled school event.

The curfew will remain in place until you turn 18.

Full Driver’s License

You’ll be able to apply for your full driver’s license once you turn 18.

To make it official, contact your nearest DMV office and bring:

You’ll then be awarded your full Nevada driver’s license. This license has no restrictions. Congratulations!

Driver’s License (Age 18+)

If you’re applying for a first-time driver’s license in Nevada and you’re 18 or older, the process is a bit more streamlined.

Written Exam

To start, you’ll have to successfully pass:

  • The written knowledge exam.
  • An eye test.

Schedule an appointment with the NV Department of Motor Vehicles to take your tests, and:

After passing the exam and paying the fee, you’ll be issued your permit. During this time, you’ll be restricted to driving with a fully-licensed passenger who’s at least 21 years old.

Road Skills Exam

To turn your permit into a license, you’ll need to pass the Nevada road test.

There’s no mandatory waiting period in Nevada to take the driving test if you’re 18 or older.

When you feel ready, schedule a driving test appointment with the DMV. Make sure to bring to this appointment:

Note that you’ll have to show up to this appointment accompanied by a fully-licensed passenger who’s at least 21 years old.

The vehicle you test in will also need current and valid:

  • Liability insurance.
  • Registration.
  • License plates.

After successfully passing the test and paying the fee, you’ll be issued your full driver’s license. Congratulations!

Transferring an Out-of-State License

Welcome to Nevada!

You have 30 days after establishing residency in the Silver State to transfer your out-of-state license.

To do so, schedule an appointment with your closest Department of Motor Vehicles and bring:

All applicants will have to pass a vision test. You may also have to pass the written knowledge exam if you:

  • Are under 21 years old.
  • Have had your license suspended, revoked or cancelled in the last 4 years.
  • Have had a DUI or any drug-related conviction in the last 7 years.
  • Have had 3 or more moving violation convictions in the last 4 years.

Once the above is taken care of, you’ll be issued your new Nevada license. Congratulations!

Nevada Motorcycle Permit & License Info

To legally drive a motorcycle in Nevada, you can either add an endorsement to your existing license or get a stand-alone motorcycle license.

Before you start the process, you’ll have to be at least 16 years old. You can then either:

If you choose to take the course, you will automatically be eligible for your license after passing. Visit your closest DMV location and bring:

  • Proof of your:
    • Identity.
    • Social Security number.
    • Nebraska residency.
    • Current, valid driver’s license, if applicable.
  • The course completion certificate.
  • The appropriate fee.

If you choose to test through the state, you’ll have to follow the steps below.

NV Motorcycle Written Exam

The first step toward earning your motorcycle license or endorsement is getting your permit. Earning this credential requires you to pass:

  • A vision test.
  • The written examination.

Motorcycle knowledge tests are administered by the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles. Schedule an appointment, and make sure to bring:

  • Your valid Nevada driver’s license, if applicable.
  • Acceptable proof of your:
    • Identity.
    • Nevada residency.
    • Social Security number.

If you’re under 18, you will have to log at least 50 hours of practice on your permit before you can move on to the road skills test.

If you’re 18 or older, you can choose to immediately move on to the road test.

Motorcycle Permit Restrictions

While driving on your NV motorcycle permit, you will NOT be able to ride:

  • During nighttime hours.
  • With any passengers.
  • On a freeway or other high-speed road.
  • Unless accompanied by another rider who:
    • Is at least 21 years old.
    • Has had their fully motorcycle license for at least a year.
    • Stays within visual supervision distance.

Permits are valid for 1 year if you’re under 18 years old. You may renew it as many times as desired before you turn 18.

If you’re 18 or older, your permit is valid for 6 months. You can renew it once within a 5-year period of getting it.

Motorcycle Driving Test

Once you feel ready to move on from your permit, you’ll have to pass the state’s driving test to complete the process.

Schedule an appointment with the DMV and make sure to bring:

If you fail the test, you’ll be able to try again, but failing twice will bar you from ever applying for another motorcycle license in Nevada.

Otherwise, once you pass, you’ll be issued your license.

Nevada CDL Requirements

A commercial driver’s license (CDL) will allow you to drive much larger vehicles than the average car. Before you can start the process, you must:

  • Be at least 18 years old.
  • Already have a valid Nevada license.
  • Order a 10-year driving history from the DMV.

Depending on the class of license you’re applying for, you’ll also have to:

OR

Once that’s taken care of, the process is broken into two parts:

  • Earning your Commercial Learner’s Permit.
  • Earning your Commercial Driver’s License.

Commercial Learner’s Permit (CLP)

Once all your paperwork is ready, it’s time to start on step one: getting your commercial learner’s permit (CLP). To earn it, you’ll need to pass:

  • The written knowledge test.
  • An eye exam.

 You can schedule this appointment through the Department of Motor Vehicles.

At this appointment, make sure to bring:

  • Your current, valid driver’s license.
  • Acceptable proof of your:
    • Identity.
    • Nevada residency.
    • Social Security number.
  • Your medical paperwork.
  • Your driving history.
  • The CLP fee.

After the paperwork is filed, the fee paid and the test passed, you’ll be issued your CLP. Your CLP is valid for 6 months.

While practicing on your permit, you are required to drive with a CDL-holder who’s at least 21 years old.

You must hold this credential for at least 14 days before you can take the road test.

Commercial Driver’s License (CDL)

To turn your CLP into a CDL, you’ll have to pass the road skills test.

In Nevada, these tests are administered by the state police. Make an appointment, and make sure to bring:

  • Your current, valid CLP.
  • The Nevada CDL fee.

You must arrive to this appointment with a CDL-holding passenger who’s at least 21 years old. The vehicle you test in must also have current and valid:

  • Insurance.
  • Registration.
  • License plates.

After passing the test and paying the fee, you’ll be issued your CDL. Congratulations!