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Nevada Drivers Ed - Aceable Drivers Ed

DMV School License Number: PRDS00046773

Nevada Drivers Ed

  • Nevada DMV-licensed drivers ed course
  • Learn to drive from your smartphone or computer
  • Includes unlimited practice tests.
  • Certificate of completion emailed within 2 hours.
$37 $27.75 Start Drivers Ed
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Course Description

Get out of the classroom and learn to drive with the top Nevada-licensed mobile app for drivers ed. Aceable Drivers Ed provides free test prep, fast certificate delivery and customer support available 7 days a week. Complete DMV-licensed drivers education on your time, at your pace with our highly interactive course made for teens and compatible with iPhone, Android and web. Take your course on the go, or on the couch. Get started now and see why thousands of families trust Aceable Drivers Ed to teach safe driving.

DMV-Licensed Course

We’re the easy and convenient way for Nevada teens to complete drivers ed requirements. We'll give you all the info you need to pass your drivers test and get out there on the road. And fast.

On-the-go Content

Take our course on your home desktop or on the go with your smart phone or tablet. Our courses are iPhone and Android friendly, so you can take your course at your own pace, on your own time. Forget waking up early on a Saturday morning to sit in class.

Bite-Sized Content Designed For Teens

Nevada DMV-licensed interactive mobile and web content keeps teens entertained. Sign up with Aceable and skip the boring classroom lectures! Our friendly robot host, Ace, will teach you everything you need to know with memes and video content.

How Aceable Drivers Ed Works

Aceable Drivers Ed makes Nevada drivers ed easier for teens and families with our fully online and mobile-friendly course. Get your license fast so that you can move on to other awesome stuff like weekend trips to Lake Tahoe or long drives through the Mojave Desert.

1 | Sign Up for Aceable

Once you're 15 1/2 or older, it's time to purchase your Nevada drivers education course through Aceable. Our course is fully licensed by the Nevada DMV and full of engaging content. Trust us, swiping through hilarious memes and video segments is far more entertaining than sitting in a traditional classroom watching videos from the 80's.

2 | Pass the Nevada Written Permit Exam

Head to the DMV and take the 50 question multiple-choice knowledge exam. All of these questions are based on the Nevada DMV driver's handbook, so you'll want to be sure to pick one up to study. Once you pass the exam and fill out some forms with your parents, you'll be granted your instruction permit. Score!

3 | Complete In-Car Practice

Practice makes perfect! The state of Nevada requires you to hold your instruction permit for at least 6 months and have 50 hours of behind-the-wheel practice (10 of those hours need to be at night). You can practice with any licensed driver 21 years or older, who has held a license for at least a year. You've got this!

4 | Ace Your Test!

Now that you've completed your Aceable driving course, held your permit for 6 months and completed your 50 hours of behind-the-wheel practice, it's time to Ace your driving test! Don't forget to bring the certificate of completion we send you upon course completion, your driving record and your instruction permit to the DMV at the time of your test. You're now a licensed Nevada driver- good work!

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get a Nevada permit?

You need to be at least 15 1/2 or older to get a permit. You don’t need to do drivers ed though to get a permit – instead, you could study the Nevada Driver’s Handbook. You’ll need to pass the written test with at least 80% and the vision test though.You’ll need to bring these items to the DMV to get your permit:

  • $23.25 for the licensing fee
  • $26 for the testing fee (covers both your written test and driving test)
  • 1 Proof of Identity
    • Original or certified copy of your state-issued birth certificate
    • Valid and unexpired United States Passport or Passport Card
    • Out-of-state instruction permit or ID card compliant with the Real ID Act of 2005
    • Certificate of Citizenship or Naturalization
    • Permanent Resident Card
    • See more examples here.
  • 1 Proof of Social Security Number
    • For most teens, bringing an original Social Security card will meet this requirement.
    • If you’re employed, you can bring a W-2, IRS Form 1099, or a paystub that shows your complete Social Security Number.
  • 2 Proofs of Nevada Residency
    • Form DMV 005 – Certification of Nevada Residency
      • Since like most teens, you don’t have a way to prove your residency, your parent/guardian will sign this form and show their own proofs of residency to the DMV on your behalf.
      • The form lists what items your parent/guardian will need to bring to prove their Nevada residency.
  • Form DP-38 – Minor Affidavit and Information Sheet
    • Your parent/guardian need to be with you to sign this form.
  • Form DMV 301 – Certification of Attendance
    • This has to be signed by a school administrator to prove that you are currently enrolled and have good attendance in school.
    • If you are homeschooled, simply bring the receipt provided by your school district when you submitted your “Notice of Intent to Homeschool” (NOI form) to them. You do not need to fill out the Certification of Attendance. (Nevada Homeschool Network)
  • Form DMV 002 – Application for Driving Privileges or ID Card
    • Your parent/guardian need to be with you to sign the Financial Responsibility section of this form.

How long is the course?

The state of Nevada requires you to take a 30-hour drivers ed course if you are under 18 years old and have never held a driver license. You can access your course from your desktop, laptop, phone, and tablet, and you can log on and off whenever you want. While there are timers in the course, they’re set at a pace much faster than the speed that most people read. You won’t even notice them! The course also never expires, so you don’t have to worry about any deadlines – Aceable works around your schedule.Throughout the course, there are 17 level assessments that are 10 questions each. You just need to score at least 70% to pass! You can retake them over and over again until you pass.At the very end of the course, you will take the final exam which you need to pass with at least 70%. After passing, we will email you your Certificate of Completion within 1-3 business days.

How many hours of driving do I need to complete before getting my license?

You’ll need to complete 50 hours of behind-the-wheel practice with a licensed driver who is 21 or older and has been licensed for at least one year. You can also meet this requirement by doing your 50 hours at a driving school too! 10 of your hours must be done at night – this includes any time after sunset and before sunrise.The Nevada DMV has an awesome Parents Supervised Driving Guide that will guide you through what you need to learn in the car.You’ll need to keep a written log of the dates and times that you drive and submit it to the DMV when you’re going in for your driving test. If you like to keep things electronic, the Nevada DMV also recommends using the RoadReady app for iOS to log your driving hours. Once you’ve reached your 50 hours, print out your log from the app! Unfortunately, they do not have an Android app.

I lost my certificate from Aceable. Can I get another one?

If you need another copy of your certificate, first check your Trash folder and put it back in your inbox. If it’s completely deleted from your email, just contact our Aceable Customer Experience Heroes and we will email it again to you.

What are the steps to Nevada Drivers Ed?

  1. Get your Nevada permit.
  2. Complete Aceable’s Nevada Drivers Ed course and complete 50 hours of behind-the-wheel practice.
  3. Apply for your driver license and pass the driving test!

What do I bring to the DMV for my license?

You’ll need to bring these items to the DMV to get your driver license:

  • $23.25 for the licensing fee
  • Your permit
  • Your Aceable certificate
    • Log into your Aceable account and print your certificate from there or from the email we send you.
  • Form DP-38 – Minor Affidavit and Information Sheet
    • Your parent/guardian need to be with you to sign this form.
  • Form DMV 301 – Certification of Attendance (ONLY if you did not bring this for the permit)
    • This has to be signed by a school administrator to prove that you are currently enrolled and have good attendance in school.
    • If you are homeschooled, simply bring the receipt provided by your school district when you submitted your “Notice of Intent to Homeschool” (NOI form) to them. You do not need to fill out the Certification of Attendance. (Nevada Homeschool Network)
  • Form DMV 002 – Application for Driving Privileges or ID Card
    • Your parent/guardian need to be with you to sign the Financial Responsibility section of this form.
  • Completed Beginning Driver Experience Log
  • 1 Proof of Identity
    • Original or certified copy of your state-issued birth certificate
    • Valid and unexpired United States Passport or Passport Card
    • Out-of-state instruction permit or ID card compliant with the Real ID Act of 2005
    • Certificate of Citizenship or Naturalization
    • Permanent Resident Card
    • See more examples here.
  • A vehicle with a current Certificate of Registration and insurance card

What happens if I fail a level assessment?

There are 17 level assessments. You’ll get to your first one in Level 2. Each level assessment is 10 questions long. You just need to score at least 70% in order to pass.If you fail, you can retake the level assessment over and over again until you pass. You can retake the level assessment immediately.

What happens if I fail an identity security question in the course?

If you are locked out due to failing 3 security questions, just contact Aceable and we’ll get you unlocked after some additional verification. We’ll work with you to make sure you can continue your course ASAP.The state of Nevada requires that Aceable verify the identity of students taking the course. We do this by asking you a series of identity security questions based on information in your Aceable Student Profile. This system is made to ensure that the person who signed up for the course is actually the one taking it.You’ll be asked these identity security questions at various points throughout the course. If you miss a question (which we doubt you will, since these questions are all about you!), no worries. You have a total of three attempts before you are locked out.

What happens if I fail the final exam?

The final assessment is 30 questions long and you need to score at least 70% to pass. There is no time limit, so don’t fret – you’ll make it through to the end!If you fail, you can just retake the final exam over and over again until you pass. You do not have to retake the course!

When can I get my license?

You will need to meet these requirements:

  • You have had a permit for at least 6 months
  • You are at least 16 years old
  • You have finished Aceable’s 30-hour Nevada Drivers Ed course
  • You have completed 50 hours of behind-the-wheel practice with a licensed adult 21 or older (10 of which are at night)
  • You have not been in any at-fault accidents or moving violations in the past 6 months
  • You have not had any alcohol or drug convictions in the past 6 months

When will I get my certificate from Aceable?

After passing the final exam at the end of the course with a minimum score of 70%, we will email you your Certificate of Completion within 1-3 business days.

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