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Auto Insurance

Be sure to research Nevada auto insurance before deciding on the one that will provide your coverage.  Nevada auto insurance is required and must meet the following minimum coverage limits. Read more...

 

Defensive Driving

 

Drivers Ed

Nevada Professional Driving Schools are held to the same stringent standards as district Driver’s Education courses.  A Nevada Driving School must be approved by the Nevada DMV to instruct drivers in all areas of classroom and behind-the-wheel content and are reviewed periodically to ensure that Nevada State standards are met.  In addition, a Nevada Driving School may offer an alternative curriculum that includes a combined classroom and behind-the-wheel curriculum to give their students a more well-rounded experience.  This behind-the-wheel instruction coupled with the required parent/guardian supervised driving hours ensures that teenagers are gaining maximum exposure to real-life driving situations. Read more...

 

Driving Record

Your Nevada Driving Record reveals both positive and negative information about your driving history.  A Nevada Driving Record that is free of demerits \ can be used to obtain lower auto insurance premiums and auto insurance discounts, while negative information will increase auto insurance premiums, lead to suspension/revocation and/or hinder your employability status. Read more...

 

Driving Safety

Defensive Driving techniques are important for drivers of all ages.  No matter what your level of experience behind the wheel of a motor vehicle, learning Nevada Defensive Driving techniques will help you to become a safer, more aware, more courteous driver. Read more...

 

DMV

Nevada became the 36th state to enter the union in 1864 and is the 7th largest state in the Nation.  Its primary revenue is from the gambling industry and Las Vegas, Nevada’s largest city, is commonly referred to as ‘The City of Lights’ so named for the strip in Las Vegas on which a majority of casinos are located. Read more...

 

DWI/DUI

Simply put, this is a terrible idea!  In fact, it could turn out to be the most dangerous, most costly mistake you will ever make in your life.  Take a look at what alcohol does to your brain. Read more...

 

Red Light Cameras

Find a red light camera in your area. Read more...

 

Speeding Tickets

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in 2006, 38% of fatal crashes in Nevada were caused by speeding.  The faster you are going, the longer it will take you to stop.  If you double your speed, the braking distance will not double; it will be four times as long.  An unexpected hazard could appear and you may not be able to stop to prevent a crash.  An unexpected curve in the road may appear and you might lose control. The conditions of the road play a part in how fast you should be driving.  If you are driving on a wet or icy road you may lose control of the vehicle and cause an accident.  The faster you go, the more severe the injuries/accident. Read more...

 

Traffic Court

Nevada Traffic Court has the authority to conduct trials on misdemeanors, DUI’s and traffic offenses.  Nevada Traffic Court will accept your plea of ‘guilty’ or ‘not guilty,’ set bails, issue warrants for a failure to appear, and determine any other suitable consequence for your traffic infraction.  Nevada Traffic Court is held in the district in which your citation was issued. Read more...

 

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