Learner's Permits for drivers in Nevada
How to get a learner's permit in Nevada
Applying for your learner's permit is a very exciting time. To ensure obtaining your learner's permit in Nevada as quickly and smoothly as possible make sure to follow the basic requirements below.
To apply for a learner's permit in Nevada you must be 15 years old. You also will have to have never been licensed before, however if you are a new resident to Nevada and you happen to have a driver's license in another state you will still be eligible to apply for a Nevada learner's permit if the other driver's license has been expired for over six months.
How to get a learner's permit in Nevada:
- Download a copy of the Nevada Driver's Manual, or get a hard copy by visiting a local DMV Office.
- You will have to have a Minor Affidavit and information sheet signed by your parent or guardian if you are younger than 18 years old.
- You will also have to complete a driver's education course if you are under the age of 18 years old.Unless your permanent residence is more than 30 miles from an approved instructor.
Visit your local DMV Office to submit the Driver License Application (DLD1) & bring the following:
- Proof of Identity and Nevada residency.
- Your Social Security card.
- The fee of $21.25.
Before being issued your Nevada learner's permit you must first pass both exams, a written exam known as the knowledge exam and and eye screening exam to test your eye sight. Only after passing both exams will you be issued a learner's permit in Nevada.
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