LAS VEGAS NV DRIVERS ED
Online Drivers Education with Certificate of Completion.
Driver’s Ed DMV approved license #PRDS00042919
Las Vegas NV Driving School
Online Drivers Ed Pricing
Get your online Drivers Ed certificate at a lower cost and at your own pace from the comfort of your home!
You could pass your exam in less than 3 days! With informational how-to topics and educational videos, we will give you the tools to excel on the road and be a safe and wise driver.
Anyone can register for the Online Driver’s Ed independently from Behind-the Wheel Driving lessons.
If you do need Behind-the-Wheel lessons please call or text Thierry (702) 556-7938
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The total price is $40 payable in 2 sequences:
Please complete your profile with accurate info as it will be showing on your certificate of completion.
Take note of your favorite questions when completing your profile. You will be asked about them after each quiz as proof of personal identification (DMV request)
Las Vegas NV Drivers Ed is offered by lasvegasnvdrivingschool.com
We are registered at DMV under Las Vegas NV Driving School under the license PRDS00042919
Nevada DMV Listing: http://www.dmvnv.com/dlschoolsprd.htm
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We created Las Vegas NV Drivers Ed online drivers Ed 101 in order to offer online drivers’ education for teenagers in Nevada. This is a mandatory course for teenagers applying for their drivers license at 16 or more. However, you may start this course at 15, that will help you passing your DMV learner’s permit at 15 1/2. A learner’s permit allows you to learn how to drive with a supervision (adult or professional instructor).
This Las Vegas NV Drivers Ed is a DMV approved 30 hour drivers’ education course. It is mandatory for teens under 18 in order to pass their driver’s license.
Upon passing the exam you will receive a Certificate of completion. This document is requested by the DMV to pass your drivers licence as a teen. Make sure to allow two or three working days to receive your Certificate of Completion after you send us your signed and notarized final statement certifying you did the test by yourself (this form is downloadable after you pass the exam ).
Help and supervision is available along your course:
Use the comment post below each lesson if your have any question or contact us at suppor[email protected] or call Pierre: 702-739-9591.
What is GDL (Teens Graduated Driver’s License ) ?
Teenagers who have reached the age of 15 1/2 but are under the age of 18 must complete a Graduated Driver’s License program (GDL) before they are eligible for a full Nevada driver’s license.
The GDL is designed to introduce driving privileges in phases to include a period of supervised behind-the-wheel driving and 30 hours of driver’s education (driver’s Ed) online or in a live class before they are eligible for a full, unrestricted Nevada driver license at 16 years of age.
However, you can start your online drivers Ed at 15 years of age so you can learn about rules and regulations prior applying for your learner’s permit,at 15 1/2. Anyone can register for the Online Driver’s Ed independently from Behind-the Wheel Driving lessons..
What is the difference between Driver’s Ed and Learner’s Permit?
A driver’s permit, learner’s permit, learner’s license or provisional license, is not a Driver’s Ed test , it is mandatory for every person teens or adult prior passing the driving skill test and must be performed at the DMV.
It is also a restricted license that is given to a person (16 1/2 or older) who is learning to drive with an adult instructor, but has not yet satisfied the requirement to obtain a driver’s license.(DMV Driving Skill test).
Driver’s education or Drivers Ed
Driver’s education, driver’s ed, Drivers Ed or Driving Tuition Does not exempt teenagers from passing the Learner’s Permit (see above).
It is a mandatory formal class or online program that complements the mandatory 50 hours of supervised driving lessons to prepare a young driver to pass a teen driver’s license.
Driver’s Education is intended to supplement the knowledge obtained from government-printed driving handbooks or manuals and prepares teenager students for tests to obtain a driver’s license. For teens drivers it is meant to educate them as a mean of adding practice behind the wheel. This is why it is important to read the topics and watch the videos especially lessons 4, 5 and 6.
Drivers Ed is mandatory for teens under 18. It is a requirement on top of the DMV learner’s permit (before or after) but must be passed before applying for the DMV Driving Skill Test at 16 years of age.
Drivers Education may take place in a classroom, in a vehicle, online, or a combination of the above. A teenager does not have to register for Driver’s Ed prior the learner’s permit but he/she can do so at 15 to prepare for it since he/she will need it anyway for passing their driver’s license at 16.
Online Drivers Ed content:
Topics of instruction include traffic code or laws and vehicle operation.
Typically, instruction will warn of dangerous conditions in driving such as road conditions, driver impairments, and hazardous weather. Instructional videos may also be shown, demonstrating proper driving strategies and the consequences for not observing the rules. In-car instruction are given to a student in a vehicle by an instructor prior and during behind-the-wheel training classes, but you have to register for it independently from this drivers’Ed Course. Our cars are fitted with dual controls, which has pedals or other controls on the passenger side. in order to allow the instructor to take over controls in case of emergency.(Please see “Driving School in the menu above)
WHAT DOCUMENTS DO I NEED?
- A- When going to the DMV at 15 1/2 years of age to register for a learner’s permit you must present the following documents:
- Parental authorization
- Copy of high school diploma or certificate of attendance
- Proof of Identity, proof of residence and Social Security
- Pass a vision test
- Pass DMV Knowledge written test on driving rules and regulations. Following a driver’s Ed course prior does not replace this DMV test but would be helpful for learning.( it is only required when applying for a full driver’s license at 16).
B- When going to the DMV at 16 years of age to pass your final Driving skill test you must present the following documents:
Once is possession of the learner’s permit you can have a parent supervising your driving. You can also use the services of a DMV approved Professional Driving School, like [su_highlight background="#DDFF99" color="#000000"]Las Vegas NV Driving School [/su_highlight](702-556-7938)
- Your learner’s (or instruction) permit less than 12 months old
- Your experience Log book showing 6 months / 50 hours of driving with an adult supervisor. (Download & Print HERE)
- Your Driver’s Ed Certificate of Completion (you will receive this after passing your exam and signing your Statement)