Our Las Vegas driving school is fully licensed by the Nevada DMV to offer a 100% online teen driver’s ed course (30 hours) necessary to obtain your full Nevada ...Learn More
Our Las Vegas driving school will be offering behind-the-wheel driving lessons in the near future. Please check back for updates! In the meantime, be sure to enroll ...Learn More
At Nevada Drivers Ed, you can start right now, absolutely free – with no credit card required! We allow you to take our entire course, including the final exam, at no cost. That way, you can be sure that this is the right course for you. Other courses may not work well with your device or they may not offer the convenience of taking the course on tablets and smartphones like we offer. Once you finish the course and pass the final exam, you will be taken to our credit card payment system. Once payment is made, you will be issued your certificate that you will need to bring to the DMV to get your full driver’s license. It’s that simple….start now-pay later!
All Nevada teens under the age of 18 must complete 30 hours of driver’s education through a licensed driving school before they can obtain a Nevada driver’s license. NV Drivers Ed is fully licensed by the Nevada DMV (#PRDS00044370) to provide an online course that can be taken online via desktop computer, laptop computer, tablet computer (ipad, etc) or by using a smartphone. This is an easy and convenient alternative to long, boring days in a classroom. Not only is Nvdriversed.com more convenient, it’s also less expensive than classroom courses.
We have found that Nevada teens who take our online driver’s ed course get their driver’s license faster than teens taking classroom courses. This is because students can log into our online course whenever they have free time. Some students will take a module on their laptop computer when they wake up in the morning and then complete modules while they are on the go via their smartphone.
It’s simple! All you do is login in at http://nvdriversed.com and finish where you left off. Our learning management system keeps track of the time you have spent in each module so that you can always see just how much time you have left before you get your certificate to obtain your Nevada driver’s license. The course consists of text, videos and animations to help you fully understand important topics. All quizzes are open book style and the final exam includes questions from the quizzes. With our driving school Las Vegas teens (and teens across Nevada) can take our online course and the final exam for free until you pass!
Our driver education course is fully licensed by the Nevada DMV (license ##PRDS00044370).This is important because the Nevada DMV will not accept certificates from school that are not licensed through them. There are many schools that teach driver’s ed online who are NOT licensed by the DMV. If you don’t see a Nevada license like the one above, you could be dealing with an unlicensed school. You could be wasting time, money and energy to get a certificate that the Nevada DMV will not accept! Be wary of so-called driver’s ed companies that have 1-800 phone numbers rather than a (702) area code like us (702-907-9992). These companies are usually out of state companies that are not based in Nevada. Our Las Vegas driving school serves the entire state of Nevada.
Our Las Vegas based driving school will be offering behind-the- wheel driving lessons in the near future. Please check back for updates. In the meantime, be sure to enroll.
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