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.
Also contained on your Nevada Driving Record is personal information
such as your name, address and social security number. Access to
your Nevada Driving Record is limited to privileged individuals or
entities such as state agencies, insurance companies and law
enforcement. Other third-party individuals or entities must
obtain notarized consent in order to access your Nevada Driving Record
as per Nevada Revised Statute 481.063, Nevada Administrative Code
481.500-481.600 and the National Driver Privacy Protection Act.