NEVADA DMV DRIVER'S ED COURSE
Official Nevada State Department of Motor Vehicles
Online Driver's Education program located in Henderson, Nevada
Permit Written Test Prep for all & Driver's Ed Exam for Teens with Free Certificate
( Adults over 18 Welcome! No exam needed: save $20)
DMV license #PRDS00042919
Why Should I Choose Las Vegas NV Driver's Ed?
Prepare for your Learner's Permit, pass your Driver's Ed exam or simply boost your confidence as a new driver. We are not a traffic school to reduce tickets after a court order.
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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DRIVER'S ED & LEARNER'S PERMIT
Everyone from 15 1/2 years of age and adult new drivers must pass the Learner's Permit (written test, knowledge base, provisional permit or instruction permit) at the DMV location prior to learning/practicing driving behind-the-wheel. Instruction Permits are valid for one year. If your permit has expired, you must apply for a renewal in person at a DMV office. If you are under 18, a parent/guardian must sign another Financial Responsibility Statement. If the permit is expired more than 30 days, you will have to take the written test again. The Learner's Permit is different from Driver's Ed (or Driver's Education). (See below.)
IF YOU ARE OVER 18 YEARS OLD:
While the Driver's Ed course is not requested, you are still welcome to register to learn or refresh your memory before the Permit, or any time to make you a more confident driver by learning safe driving practices. You will save $20 since you will not need the exam (payable after the course) unless you really want to pass it for yourself.
Driver's Ed Course and Certificate of Completion
Our course contains ten lessons with several easy to follow topics. The text-based version is complemented with videos and animations that make learning a pleasant experience. Just sit back and relax while movies are playing. Training quizzes are a repeat of the text-based topics, so the only requirement is to read the topics.
DRIVER'S ED CERTIFICATE DELIVERY:
We are locally based in Henderson, Nevada and we know that time is of the essence. We are here to help you pass your Driver's Licence as soon as possible.
Neither snail mail nor FedEx needed: Once you complete your final Exam and we receive your Statement you will be able to download your Certificate for free as soon as your material is verified.
We pride ourselves on our great customer support even outside business hours, 7 days a week. Just call us with any question; we are here to help. 702-739-9591
Learn at your own pace, in the comfort of your home. No need to commute to and from live classes on a schedule.
Students can log on 24/7 from their own computer, a friend's computer, or even a school computer. Mobile Friendly, Tablets or PC, basically any computer with an internet connection. The course does not expire until you pass your Driver's License.
Help is available in the chat room, comments, emails or phone even outside regular business hours, seven days a week. We are here to help and we want you to have a good time, while gaining self-confidence and knowledge on how to become a wise and safe driver! This course is meant to give you 50-hours of driving experience. Parental support appreciated.
THE FOUR STEPS FOR Graduated Driver's License (GDL)
TO CLARIFY THE WHOLE "GDL" PROCESS
(Graduated Driver's License for teens)
Graduated Driver Licensing systems (GDLs) are designed to provide new drivers of motor vehicles with driving experience and skills gradually over time in low-risk environments. There are typically four steps or stages through which new drivers pass. SEE BELOW and click on a title for details.
DRIVINGSCHOOL & DRIVERSED FOR THE DMV
OPEN TO ANYONE from 15 years of age and adults, this course is meant to compensate for young drivers' lack of driving experience or refresh their memory in order to feel more comfortable behind the wheel. With informational how-to topics and educational videos, we will give you the tools to learn defensive driving and be a wise and safe driver.
Part 1) In order to prepare for the Learner’s Permit or refresh your knowledge. Ten Lessons with learning/training quizzes ($20)
Part 2) The exam is only mandatory for teens under 18 years prior to passing their Driver’s Licence (Add $20 payable at the end. Includes a free Certificate.).
IF YOU ARE UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE: You must complete your course with a 50-question exam to get a FREE Certificate of Completion for the DMV. This is in addition to your Learner's Permit. You could pass your exam in 2 days!
Anyone can register for the online Driver's Ed independently from Behind-the Wheel Driving lessons.
IF YOU ARE OVER 18 YEARS OF AGE: To apply for your Driver's License after 18 years old, you only need your Learner's Permit (less than 1 year old). You are welcome to follow this course at your own pace (no timing) to prepare for the Learner's Permit. You will not need a certificate.
Anyone can register for the online Driver's Ed independently from Behind-the-Wheel Driving lessons.
Prior to learning how to drive: We recommend taking driving lessons with a professional instructor. YOU MUST BE AT LEAST 15 1/2 and be in possession of a valid Learner’s Permit ("knowledge base” or “instruction permit").
If you are under 18 years of age you are required to complete 50 hours of behind-the-wheel experience. You must be supervised by an adult licensed driver, who is 21 or older and has been licensed for at least one year, seated next to you at all times. 10 hours of the experience must be completed at night. You must keep a log to register all cessions with timing. It is recommended to register for some lessons with a professional instructor.
Driving School Instructors are dedicated to teach you defensive and safe driving in a fun, calm and stress-free environment. Remember that driving should be fun! Instructors will teach you rules and regulation as well as some tricks to help you pass your DMV Driving Skills Test with confidence. Why hire a professional driving instructor? A professional driving school's car is equipped with a double set of pedals to allow the instructor to correct a student if needed. Professional driving instructors keep themselves up to date with what DMV driving examiners are looking for. They are more experienced than parents who have developed bad driving habits over time. Professional instructors are experienced with novice drivers. They have seen every mistake and won’t freak out or pass judgement or be upset with a student. Professional instructors recognize subtle bad habits learned from parents/supervisors. They also teach various defensive driving skills and know which areas are the best for learning specific aspects of safe driving, including training in the DMV test ground for parallel parking. They will know when a student is ready and confident enough to pass their DMV test.
REGISTER AT THE DMV FOR THESE TWO ITEMS
EVERY NEW DRIVER FROM 15 1/2 years of age and adults must be in possession of a valid Learner’s Permit (“knowledge base”or “instruction permit") prior to practicing driving behind the wheel. A Learner's Permit is not Driver's Ed.
This permit allows everyone to practice driving with an instructor prior to applying for a Driver’s License. To apply for a Learner's Permit, you must visit the local Nevada DMV office and submit an application for Driving Privileges (Form DMV 002) and pass a 50-question written test on a computer.
The Learner’s Permit is valid for 1 year. After one year you must apply for a renewal with the DMV. If it expires more than a month then you must redo the written test.
Teenagers under 18 years of age must also follow a Driver's Ed course if not already done (does not expire) and perform 50 hours of supervised driving, including 10 hours of night driving (see Driver's Ed).
You must register at the DMV for the Driver's License Driving Skills Test. There may be 3-week waiting list, so plan accordingly.
Teenagers (16 to 18 years of age) registering must have: - 1) A valid Learner’s Permit less than one year old, - 2) A log-book recording of 40 hours of day driving and 10 hours of night driving with an adult supervisor. - 3) 30 hours of Driver's Education with a Certificate of Completion. New drivers, 18 years or older, in the state of Nevada, need only the Driver’s Permit to be eligible for a Driving Skills Test and to obtain a full license.
USE OF OUR CAR FOR THE DMV DRIVING TEST
You may use our cars for the DMV test even if you did not have prior lessons with us. Restrictions apply. See Pricing.
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