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.
Protect your Nevada Driving Record by driving safely and avoiding
behavior that will result in traffic violations and/or accidents, and
alleviate the ill-affects of a traffic violation by voluntarily
enrolling in a Nevada Defensive Driving school, such as the Nevada
specific Defensive Driving course offered by Driving University.
Check your Nevada Driving Record periodically to ensure that all
information is accurate and that it is free of errors.
When do You need to get Your New York Driving Record?
Your Nevada Driving Record reveals information regarding traffic
violations, suspensions, revocations and other information related to
your driving history and this information can adversely affect your
insurance rates. For this reason, it is recommended that you
check your Nevada Driving Record periodically to ensure that it does
not contain errors. Read
What Information does the State keep on Your Driving
Your Nevada Driving Record is a written testament to the history of
your driving. Information about traffic violations and accidents
is contained on your Nevada driving record and demerits are assigned
for those violations and/or accidents that occurred in Nevada.
Violations and/or accidents that occurred in another state are not
assessed demerits; however, the conviction will become a part of your
Nevada Driving Record. While demerits are removed after a period
of 12 months from the time they were assigned, convictions remain part
of your permanent driving record. Read
How is Your Driving Record Used?
Your Nevada Driving Record can be used on several ways. Read more...
How Defensive Driving affects your Driving Record
Voluntary completion of a Nevada Defensive Driving/Traffic School,
such as the one offered by Driving University, can reduce the amount of
demerits on your Nevada Driving Record. You may complete only one
Nevada Defensive Driving/Traffic School course in a 12 month period to
earn a 3-demerit reduction on your Nevada Driving Record. The
waiver of demerits is strictly reserved for those drivers who
voluntarily enroll in and successfully complete the course. A driver
may choose to do this after receiving demerits on their Nevada Driving
Record because the accumulated demerits will adversely affect their
insurance rates and may affect their employability. Read
Insurance Rates and Driving Records
Your auto insurance rates are directly affected by your Nevada
Driving Record. Auto insurance companies will use your Nevada
Driving Record to determine risk and assess your auto insurance
premiums. The more demerits you accumulate, the less likely you
are to receive reasonable rates; in fact, you run the risk of being
denied auto insurance if your Nevada Driving Record is excessively
marred. Auto insurance companies will request a 3 to 5 year
history of your Nevada Driving Record, so be sure you have checked your
Driving Record for errors before shopping around. Read more...
How much does it Cost to get a Copy of my Driving Record?
There are a few means by which you can obtain a copy of your Nevada
Driving Record and the fees will vary. Read