The Instruction Permit is Also Called a Learner's Permit
Instruction Permit is a type of driver’s license for drivers between the ages of 15 ½ and 18.
To obtain a learner’s permit, also called an instruction permit, you must pass a written test based on the Nevada Driver Handbook, instead of taking a driver’s education course.
Your learner's permit will allow you to practice driving with a licensed driver 21 years of age or older, who has been licensed for at least one year, seated next to you.
The Nevada learners permit has a validity of one year.
When it expires you must apply for a renewal in person at a DMV office, with your parent/guardian signing another financial responsibility statement.
A valid learner's permit is a prerequisite to obtain your full driving license once you get 16 or older.
No matter what type of driver’s license you hold, make sure you drive with valid auto insurance, as required by DMV Nevada.
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