Online Nevada Traffic School
made easy, flexible, and affordable!
Easy & Convenient
No retake penalties, self-paced, and available through your PC, smartphone, or tablet - letting you learn when you want, where you want.
Our courses are approved by the Nevada DMV, meeting all of the requirements for either court-mandated classes, or driver record point reduction.
We help students finish faster by providing them everything they need to pass the first time, so they can get what they need done.
Certificate IncludedUpon completing the course, we provide you with a number of resources including your certificate of completion, along with what you will need to do next.
Leading Online Driver EducatorAs a part of the National Driving and Traffic School, our years of experience offering online courses to tens of thousands of drivers across the country ensure that you will better understand essentials of violation-free driving and operator responsibility.
Driver Education With HeartYou will be helping a number of local charities to make this a better world on and off the road. With every online driver's education course enrollment, you can choose to donate 10% of the purchase amount to any of the various non-profits we partner with.
How does the course work?
The course is divided into 18 units, with each unit containing its own quiz. Students must answer 80% of the questions correctly on each quiz in order to move onto the next unit. Once a student has completed the units, there is a 40 question final. A score of 80% on the final is passing.
What happens after I finish the course?
After you finish you will need your certificate of completion. After that, the next steps are to get your learner’s permit and complete your fifty hours of behind the wheel practice. With that done, along with your printed certificate, once you turn 16 you may go to the DMV, apply for a full license, and take a road test.
Where are your credentials?
All of our course offerings are fully licensed by the Nevada DMV and will satisfy the requirements of the state of Nevada for driver education. You can view our license information here.
Which charities do you work with?
We work with non-profit organizations such as the Salvation Army, the KIPP Foundation, PETA, Feeding America, and Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). We also fun the ‘NVDRIVER.org SCHOLARSHIP FUND’, which offers $1,500 scholarships to students doing exemplary volunteer work to make the world a better place. You can find out more here.