[Rev. 11/21/2013 12:03:07 PM--2013]

CHAPTER 483 - DRIVERS’ LICENSES; DRIVING SCHOOLS AND DRIVING INSTRUCTORS

MOTOR VEHICLE DRIVERS’ LICENSES (UNIFORM ACT)

General Provisions

NRS 483.010           Short title.

NRS 483.015           Applicability.

NRS 483.020           Definitions.

NRS 483.030           “Administrator” defined.

NRS 483.035           “Border state employee” defined.

NRS 483.040           “Cancellation” and “cancelled” defined.

NRS 483.045           “Concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.08 in his or her blood or breath” defined. [Effective until the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State.]

NRS 483.045           “Concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.10 in his or her blood or breath” defined. [Effective on the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State.]

NRS 483.063           “Driver” defined.

NRS 483.064           “Driver authorization card” defined. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

NRS 483.065           “Driver’s license” defined.

NRS 483.067           “Electric bicycle” defined.

NRS 483.070           “Farm tractor” defined.

NRS 483.075           “Foreign exchange student” defined.

NRS 483.080           “Highway” defined.

NRS 483.081           “International instructor” defined.

NRS 483.082           “International student” defined.

NRS 483.083           “License” defined. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]

NRS 483.083           “License” defined. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

NRS 483.085           “Licensee” defined.

NRS 483.088           “Moped” defined.

NRS 483.090           “Motor vehicle” defined.

NRS 483.100           “Nonresident” defined.

NRS 483.115           “Out-of-state student” defined.

NRS 483.120           “Owner” defined.

NRS 483.125           “Photograph” defined.

NRS 483.135           “Premises to which the public has access” defined.

NRS 483.141           “Resident” defined.

NRS 483.150           “Revocation” defined.

NRS 483.160           “School bus” defined.

NRS 483.170           “Street” defined.

NRS 483.180           “Suspension” defined.

NRS 483.190           “Vehicle” defined.

NRS 483.200           Employment of examiners and other employees; duties of examiners.

NRS 483.205           Medical Board: Appointment; duties.

NRS 483.210           Offices.

NRS 483.220           Regulations.

NRS 483.225           List of licensed drivers to be provided for selection of jury; reimbursement of Department.

 

Issuance, Expiration and Renewal

NRS 483.230           Licensing of drivers required; vehicle being towed; possession of more than one license prohibited.

NRS 483.235           Holders of class A noncommercial drivers’ licenses: Department to adopt regulations concerning driving of combinations of vehicles of certain length and weight.

NRS 483.240           Exemptions from licensing.

NRS 483.245           License issued by this State required when person becomes resident; issuance; reciprocal agreements with other states.

NRS 483.250           Issuance of license to certain persons prohibited; exceptions. [Effective through December 31, 2014.]

NRS 483.250           Issuance of license to certain persons prohibited; exceptions. [Effective January 1, 2015.]

NRS 483.2521         Drivers who are 16 or 17 years of age: Prerequisites to issuance of license. [Effective through December 31, 2014.]

NRS 483.2521         Drivers who are 16 or 17 years of age: Prerequisites to issuance of license. [Effective January 1, 2015.]

NRS 483.2523         Drivers who are 16 or 17 years of age: Restriction on transporting certain passengers under 18 years of age during initial period of licensure; penalty; nature of violation.

NRS 483.2525         Drivers who are 16 or 17 years of age: Violation of restriction on transporting certain passengers during initial period of licensure not primary offense; issuance of citations.

NRS 483.2527         Drivers who are 16 or 17 years of age: Information included on and format of license; regulations.

NRS 483.2529         Drivers who are 16 or 17 years of age: Duration of restriction or suspension of license for certain violations.

NRS 483.255           Department to adopt regulations regarding hours of training required for issuance of license to minor who attends school for training drivers.

NRS 483.267           Restricted license for person between ages of 14 and 18 if medical hardship exists in family: Issuance; application; restrictions. [Effective through December 31, 2014.]

NRS 483.267           Restricted license for person between ages of 14 and 18 if medical hardship exists in family: Issuance; application; restrictions. [Effective January 1, 2015.]

NRS 483.270           Restricted license for pupil in school: Issuance; application; restrictions; regulations. [Effective through December 31, 2014.]

NRS 483.270           Restricted license for pupil in school: Issuance; application; restrictions; regulations. [Effective January 1, 2015.]

NRS 483.280           Instruction, restricted instruction and temporary drivers’ permits. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]

NRS 483.280           Instruction, restricted instruction and temporary drivers’ permits. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

NRS 483.283           Proof of compliance with certain statutory provisions required for issuance to or renewal of license of certain criminal offenders; expiration of license; regulations.

NRS 483.289           Application for license or instruction permit: Choice of statutory provisions. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

NRS 483.290           Application for license or instruction permit; acceptable documents for proof of full legal name and age; registration to vote; authority of Department to refuse to accept certain documents; regulations; consular identification cards. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]

NRS 483.290           Application for license or instruction permit; acceptable documents for proof of full legal name and age; registration to vote; authority of Department to refuse to accept certain documents; regulations; consular identification cards. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

NRS 483.291           Application for driver authorization card or instruction permit; acceptable documents for proof of name, age and residence; requirements for card or permit; annual expiration and renewal; exceptions; limitations on use of card or permit. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

NRS 483.292           Declaration of status as veteran: Inquiry by Department upon application for instruction permit or license; provision of evidence by applicant; counting and maintenance by Department; quarterly compilation and transmission of aggregate number of declarations to Department of Veterans Services. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]

NRS 483.292           Declaration of status as veteran: Inquiry by Department upon application for instruction permit or license; provision of evidence by applicant; required documentation for designation of status on license or permit; monthly compilation and transmission to Department of Veterans Services of list of persons who have declared status. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

NRS 483.2925         Designation of veteran status on license or permit; duties of Department. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

NRS 483.294           Registration of certain males with Selective Service System when applying for license or permit to drive; application for license or permit to drive to include certain information concerning such registration; transmittal of information to Selective Service System.

NRS 483.295           Application from person previously licensed in another state; copy of record from other state becomes part of Nevada record; Department to furnish records to other states.

NRS 483.300           Signing and verification of application of minor by responsible person; liability.

NRS 483.310           Release from liability upon cancellation of minor’s license.

NRS 483.320           Cancellation of license upon death of person signing minor’s application.

NRS 483.325           Qualifications for safe driving of types of vehicles; types or classifications of licenses.

NRS 483.330           Examination of applicants; waiver of examination by Department. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]

NRS 483.330           Examination of applicants; waiver of examination by Department. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

NRS 483.340           Issuance and contents of license; contents of license to be prescribed by regulation; license for purposes of identification only issued to certain persons; confidentiality of certain information; exception; unlawful acts; anatomical gifts; indicia of medical condition; adoption of regulations.

NRS 483.345           Number of license issued or renewed after January 1, 1998, not to be based on social security number; Department to convert number based on social security number upon request. [Repealed.]

NRS 483.347           Shape of license; inclusion of color photograph; issuance in certain circumstances of temporary driver’s license without photograph; duties of Department.

NRS 483.348           Issuance of specially designed driver’s licenses to insulin dependent diabetics and epileptics; education of peace officers.

NRS 483.3485         Program for imprinting symbol or other indicator of medical condition on license: Establishment; regulations; donations.

NRS 483.349           Placement of designation on license issued to person with disability which limits or impairs ability to walk.

NRS 483.350           License to be carried and surrendered upon demand; limitation on conviction.

NRS 483.360           Restricted license; procedure for suspension or revocation; penalty.

NRS 483.363           Report requesting that Department examine licensee who may be unable to safely operate motor vehicle: Who may file; required contents; confidentiality; exception; limitation upon filing; Administrator to prescribe form and procedure.

NRS 483.367           Report of inability of person to safely operate motor vehicle: Department to require examination and take other appropriate action; reinstatement of restricted, suspended or revoked license; issuance of replacement license.

NRS 483.370           Duplicate or substitute permit or license.

NRS 483.380           Expiration of license; exception; Department to prescribe by regulation when license expires; deferred expiration of license of persons on active duty in Armed Forces and certain members of their families.

NRS 483.382           Renewal of license: Notice to licensee; additional tests.

NRS 483.383           Renewal of license: Procedure for renewal by mail; regulations.

NRS 483.384           Renewal of license: Test of eyesight; report in lieu of test; regulations; when examination may be required.

NRS 483.386           Renewal of license: Reexamination upon good cause; penalty for late renewal; exemptions.

NRS 483.390           Notice of change of address or name.

NRS 483.400           Records of Department.

NRS 483.410           Fees and penalties: Amounts, payment and disposition. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]

NRS 483.410           Fees and penalties: Amounts, payment and disposition. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

NRS 483.415           Additional fee; deposit in Highway and Safety Administrative Account; use of money. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]

NRS 483.415           Additional fee; deposit in Highway and Safety Administrative Account; use of money. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

NRS 483.417           One-time waiver of fees to furnish duplicate license to homeless person or person recently released from prison; exception; acceptance of gifts, grants and donations.

 

Cancellation, Suspension and Revocation

NRS 483.420           Authority of Department to cancel license.

NRS 483.430           Suspension or revocation of privilege of nonresident; report of certain convictions in this State or revocation or suspension involving nonresident.

NRS 483.440           Suspension or revocation of license or privilege upon conviction in another state.

NRS 483.441           Suspension of license for delinquent payment of administrative fines and other costs owed pursuant to NRS 706.476 or 706.771; notice; plan for repayment; reinstatement; fee for reinstatement.

NRS 483.443           Suspension of license for failure to comply with certain subpoenas or warrants or failure to satisfy arrearage in payment of support for child; reinstatement of license. [Effective until the date of the repeal of 42 U.S.C. § 666, the federal law requiring each state to establish procedures for withholding, suspending and restricting the professional, occupational and recreational licenses for child support arrearages and for noncompliance with certain processes relating to paternity or child support proceedings.]

NRS 483.443           Suspension of license for failure to satisfy arrearage in payment of support for child; reinstatement of license. [Effective on the date of the repeal of 42 U.S.C. § 666, the federal law requiring each state to establish procedures for withholding, suspending and restricting the professional, occupational and recreational licenses for child support arrearages and for noncompliance with certain processes relating to paternity or child support proceedings.]

NRS 483.445           Suspension or revocation of license of member of Armed Forces.

NRS 483.447           Future driving privileges: Deemed possession by unlicensed driver who operates vehicle in Nevada.

NRS 483.448           Future driving privileges: Demerit points; suspension; hearing.

NRS 483.450           Conviction of offense making revocation of license mandatory: Department to adopt regulations prescribing recordation of conviction; duties of courts; expenses.

NRS 483.460           Mandatory revocation of license, permit or privilege to drive; period of revocation; tolling of period of revocation during imprisonment; eligibility for restricted license; action to carry out court’s order. [Effective through December 31, 2014.]

NRS 483.460           Mandatory revocation of license, permit or privilege to drive; period of revocation; tolling of period of revocation during imprisonment; eligibility for restricted license; action to carry out court’s order. [Effective January 1, 2015.]

NRS 483.461           Mandatory suspension of license of person less than 21 years of age if test shows concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.08 in blood or breath; cancellation of suspension and credit toward subsequent revocation or suspension. [Effective until the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State.]

NRS 483.461           Mandatory suspension of license of person less than 21 years of age if test shows concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.10 in blood or breath; cancellation of suspension and credit toward subsequent revocation or suspension. [Effective on the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State.]

NRS 483.462           Test indicating person less than 21 years of age has concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.08 in blood or breath; duties of peace officer and Department; order for suspension of license. [Effective until the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State.]

NRS 483.462           Test indicating person less than 21 years of age has concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.10 in blood or breath; duties of peace officer and Department; order for suspension of license. [Effective on the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State.]

NRS 483.463           Review of order of suspension issued pursuant to NRS 483.462; hearing; issuance of temporary license; affirmation or rescission of suspension; judicial review. [Effective until the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State.]

NRS 483.463           Review of order of suspension issued pursuant to NRS 483.462; hearing; issuance of temporary license; affirmation or rescission of suspension; judicial review. [Effective on the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State.]

NRS 483.464           Issuance of restricted license after certain period if license suspended pursuant to NRS 483.462.

NRS 483.465           Mandatory suspension of license when person violates promise to appear pursuant to citation: Notice; period of suspension.

NRS 483.470           Grounds for discretionary suspension of license; notice; hearing.

NRS 483.473           Establishment of uniform system of demerit points; schedule of demerits; assessment of points.

NRS 483.475           Demerit points: Cancellation for successful completion of course of traffic safety; limitations; suspension of license; cumulative period for suspension; notice; hearing.

NRS 483.477           Attendance at school for training drivers upon suspension.

NRS 483.480           Department may require examination before suspension or revocation of license; no additional fee or examination for reinstatement under certain circumstances.

NRS 483.490           Issuance of restricted license; penalties; period of suspension or revocation. [Effective through December 31, 2014.]

NRS 483.490           Issuance of restricted license; penalties; period of suspension or revocation. [Effective January 1, 2015.]

NRS 483.495           Tests and other requirements for reinstatement of license; waiver of tests or requirements; modification of revocation, suspension or cancellation.

NRS 483.500           Surrender and reissuance of license upon suspension or revocation.

NRS 483.505           Voluntary surrender of license; reissuance.

NRS 483.510           Operation in this State under foreign license during suspension or revocation prohibited.

NRS 483.520           Judicial review.

NRS 483.525           Proof of financial responsibility required for restoration of revoked license, permit or privilege; maintenance; suspension for failure to maintain.

 

Violations

NRS 483.530           Unlawful uses of license; prohibited acts related to provision of false information or commission of fraud in connection with application for license or identification card; penalties.

NRS 483.550           Driving without valid license.

NRS 483.560           Driving while license cancelled, revoked or suspended; probation, suspended sentences and plea bargaining prohibited; exception; penalties.

NRS 483.570           Driving when privilege as nonresident cancelled, suspended or revoked.

NRS 483.580           Permitting unauthorized minor to drive. [Effective through December 31, 2014.]

NRS 483.580           Permitting unauthorized minor to drive. [Effective January 1, 2015.]

NRS 483.590           Permitting unauthorized person to drive.

NRS 483.600           Employing unlicensed driver.

NRS 483.610           Renting motor vehicle to another: Conditions.

 

Penalties

NRS 483.620           Violation not declared to be felony is misdemeanor.

 

Construction

NRS 483.630           Uniformity of interpretation.

INTERSTATE AGREEMENTS

NRS 483.635           Authority of Department to enter into agreement to facilitate exchange of information concerning drivers’ licenses and driving records; regulations.

DRIVING SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTORS

NRS 483.700           License required.

NRS 483.710           Requirements for licensure as operator of school.

NRS 483.720           Requirements for licensure as instructor for school.

NRS 483.7205         Applicant for licensure as operator of school or instructor for school: Submission of fingerprints; payment of fee.

NRS 483.721           Application for licensure as instructor for school to include social security number. [Effective until the date of the repeal of 42 U.S.C. § 666, the federal law requiring each state to establish procedures for withholding, suspending and restricting the professional, occupational and recreational licenses for child support arrearages and for noncompliance with certain processes relating to paternity or child support proceedings.]

NRS 483.722           Payment of child support: Statement by applicant for licensure as instructor for school; grounds for denial of license; duty of Department. [Effective until the date of the repeal of 42 U.S.C. § 666, the federal law requiring each state to establish procedures for withholding, suspending and restricting the professional, occupational and recreational licenses for child support arrearages and for noncompliance with certain processes relating to paternity or child support proceedings.]

NRS 483.723           Minimum age for training; exceptions.

NRS 483.725           Courses of training: Required topics of instruction; use of communications technology for interactive instruction and testing; regulations.

NRS 483.730           Licenses: Issuance; term; renewal; training; exception.

NRS 483.740           Liability insurance.

NRS 483.745           Inspection of vehicles: Frequency; results to be provided to Department within certain period; Department to adopt certain regulations; results thereof to be maintained for certain period.

NRS 483.750           Maintenance of vehicles.

NRS 483.760           Grounds for cancellation, revocation or suspension of license.

NRS 483.765           Suspension of license as instructor for school for failure to pay child support or comply with certain subpoenas or warrants; reinstatement of license. [Effective until the date of the repeal of 42 U.S.C. § 666, the federal law requiring each state to establish procedures for withholding, suspending and restricting the professional, occupational and recreational licenses for child support arrearages and for noncompliance with certain processes relating to paternity or child support proceedings.]

NRS 483.767           Administrative fines; opportunity for hearing; disposition of fines collected; injunctions and other remedies.

NRS 483.770           Exemptions.

NRS 483.780           Fees.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO PUPILS FOR AUTOMOBILE DRIVER EDUCATION

NRS 483.785           Department authorized to accept gifts and grants of money to provide financial assistance to certain pupils for automobile drivers’ education; regulations.

REGISTRY OF PERSONS WHO ARE BLIND OR VISUALLY IMPAIRED

NRS 483.790           Definitions.

NRS 483.800           Information to be furnished to Department; establishment of registry; regulations; maintenance of file; confidentiality; exception; penalty.

IDENTIFICATION CARDS FOR PERSONS WITHOUT DRIVERS’ LICENSES

NRS 483.810           Legislative findings and declaration.

NRS 483.820           Persons entitled to card; fees. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]

NRS 483.820           Persons entitled to card; fees. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

NRS 483.825           One-time waiver of fees to furnish duplicate card to homeless person or person recently released from prison; exception; acceptance of gifts, grants and donations.

NRS 483.830           Duties of Director.

NRS 483.840           Form and effect of card; Department to adopt regulations prescribing contents of card; duties of Department concerning anatomical gifts and indicia of medical condition; Anatomical Gift Account; donor registry.

NRS 483.850           Application for card; required contents; duties of applicant; registration to vote; surrender of driver’s license or identification card issued by another state or jurisdiction.

NRS 483.852           Declaration of status as veteran: Inquiry by Department upon application for card; provision of evidence by applicant; counting and maintenance by Department; quarterly compilation and transmission of aggregate number of declarations to Department of Veterans Services. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]

NRS 483.852           Declaration of status as veteran: Inquiry by Department upon application for card; provision of evidence by applicant; required documentation for designation of status on card; monthly compilation and transmission to Department of Veterans Services of list of persons who have declared status. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

NRS 483.853           Designation of veteran status on card; duties of Department. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

NRS 483.855           Registration of certain males with Selective Service System when applying for identification card; application for identification card to include certain information concerning such registration; transmittal of information to Selective Service System.

NRS 483.860           Proof of full legal name and age; regulations; consular identification cards. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]

NRS 483.860           Proof of full legal name and age; regulations; consular identification cards. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

NRS 483.861           Proof of compliance with certain statutory provisions required for issuance to or renewal of card of certain criminal offenders; expiration of card; regulations.

NRS 483.863           Program for imprinting symbol or other indicator of medical condition on card: Establishment; regulations; donations.

NRS 483.865           Placement of designation on card issued to person with disability which limits or impairs ability to walk.

NRS 483.867           Placement of designation on card issued to person who is seasonal resident.

NRS 483.870           Validity of card; surrender of card; report of change of information or loss of card.

NRS 483.875           Expiration as prescribed by regulation; renewability of card; duties of and restriction upon authority of Department.

NRS 483.880           Duplicate card; return of original.

NRS 483.890           Unlawful acts; penalty.

COMMERCIAL DRIVERS’ LICENSES

General Provisions

NRS 483.900           Purposes.

NRS 483.902           Applicability.

NRS 483.904           Definitions.

 

Administration

NRS 483.906           Authority of Department.

NRS 483.908           Adoption of regulations.

NRS 483.910           Schedule of fees. [Effective through July 7, 2014.]

NRS 483.910           Schedule of fees. [Effective July 8, 2014.]

NRS 483.912           Administration of driving skills test by person or agency other than Department; credit for passing test.

NRS 483.914           Department to notify Commercial Driver’s License Information System of certain matters concerning issuance and validity of licenses.

NRS 483.916           Release of information regarding driver’s record.

NRS 483.918           Department to notify jurisdiction issuing license of certain violations committed in Nevada.

NRS 483.920           Effect of convictions entered in other states.

 

Licensing Requirements

NRS 483.924           Restrictions on driving commercial motor vehicle on highways of Nevada.

NRS 483.926           Commercial driver’s license: Privilege granted; general requirement; surrender of other licenses.

NRS 483.928           Requirements for issuance of license.

NRS 483.929           Proof of compliance with certain statutory provisions required for issuance to or renewal of license of certain criminal offenders; expiration of license; regulations.

NRS 483.930           Transfer of license issued in another jurisdiction.

NRS 483.932           Use of license issued by another jurisdiction prohibited after becoming resident of Nevada.

NRS 483.934           Issuance of license to nonresidents prohibited; exception. [Effective through July 7, 2014.]

NRS 483.934           Issuance of license or learner’s permit to nonresidents prohibited; exception. [Effective July 8, 2014.]

NRS 483.936           Licensing of nonresidents. [Effective through July 7, 2014.]

NRS 483.936           Licensing and permitting of nonresidents. [Effective July 8, 2014.]

NRS 483.937           Registration of certain males with Selective Service System when applying for commercial driver’s license; application for commercial driver’s license to include certain information concerning such registration; transmittal of information to Selective Service System.

NRS 483.938           Application for noncommercial driver’s license after disqualification for commercial driver’s license based on concentration of alcohol.

NRS 483.939           Mandatory suspension of commercial driver’s license upon notice of conviction of violation of federal regulations regarding out-of-service declaration; civil penalties; reinstatement; regulations.

NRS 483.940           Falsification of information or certification on application: Criminal and administrative penalties.

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NOTE:                    Section 2 of chapter 472, Statutes of Nevada 2011, at p. 2873, has been codified as NRS 482A.200.

MOTOR VEHICLE DRIVERS’ LICENSES (UNIFORM ACT)

General Provisions

      NRS 483.010  Short title.  The provisions of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, may be cited as the Uniform Motor Vehicle Drivers’ License Act.

      [49:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.48]—(NRS A 1969, 537; 1975, 1076; 1977, 1060; 2001, 741; 2005, 1216, 2313; 2011, 2658)

      NRS 483.015  Applicability.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 483.330, the provisions of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, apply only with respect to noncommercial drivers’ licenses.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1115; A 1997, 61; 2001, 741; 2005, 1216; 2009, 714; 2011, 2658; 2013, 1297, 1993)

      NRS 483.020  Definitions.  As used in NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS 483.030 to 483.190, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to them in those sections.

      [1:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442]—(NRS A 1969, 537; 1973, 1569; 1975, 1076; 1993, 271; 1995, 2762; 1997, 1221, 3046; 1999, 1109, 3408, 3441; 2003, 1236; 2005, 1216; 2009, 396, 714; 2011, 2659; 2013, 1297, 1993)

      NRS 483.030  “Administrator” defined.  “Administrator” means the Director.

      [Part 6:190:1941; A 1953, 191]—(NRS A 1957, 614; 1985, 1938)

      NRS 483.035  “Border state employee” defined.  “Border state employee” means a person whose legal residence is not in this State and who resides outside of the State of Nevada and who commutes into the State of Nevada solely for the purpose of employment.

      (Added to NRS by 1973, 1569)

      NRS 483.040  “Cancellation” and “cancelled” defined.  “Cancellation” or “cancelled” means that a license which was issued through error or fraud is declared void and terminated. A new license may be obtained only as permitted in NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive.

      [Part 7:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.06]—(NRS A 1969, 537)

      NRS 483.045  “Concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.08 in his or her blood or breath” defined. [Effective until the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State.]  The phrase “concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.08 in his or her blood or breath” means 0.02 gram or more but less than 0.08 gram of alcohol per 100 milliliters of the blood of a person or per 210 liters of his or her breath.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 3044; A 1999, 2448; 2003, 2557)

      NRS 483.045  “Concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.10 in his or her blood or breath” defined. [Effective on the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State.]  The phrase “concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.10 in his or her blood or breath” means 0.02 gram or more but less than 0.10 gram of alcohol per 100 milliliters of the blood of a person or per 210 liters of his or her breath.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 3044; A 1999, 2448; 2003, 2557, effective on the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State)

      NRS 483.063  “Driver” defined.  “Driver” means a person who is in actual physical control of a vehicle upon a highway.

      (Added to NRS by 1969, 536)

      NRS 483.064  “Driver authorization card” defined. [Effective January 1, 2014.]  “Driver authorization card” means a card obtained in accordance with NRS 483.291.

      (Added to NRS by 2013, 1294, effective January 1, 2014)

      NRS 483.065  “Driver’s license” defined.  “Driver’s license” means a license issued under the laws of this State authorizing a person to drive a motor vehicle in this State.

      (Added to NRS by 1969, 536)

      NRS 483.067  “Electric bicycle” defined.  “Electric bicycle” means a device upon which a person may ride, having two or three wheels, or every such device generally recognized as a bicycle that has fully operable pedals and is propelled by a small electric engine which produces not more than 1 gross brake horsepower and which produces not more than 750 watts final output, and:

      1.  Is designed to travel on not more than three wheels in contact with the ground but is not a tractor; and

      2.  Powered solely by such a small electric engine, is capable of a maximum speed of not more than 20 miles per hour on a flat surface while carrying an operator who weighs 170 pounds.

Ê The term does not include a moped.

      (Added to NRS by 2009, 396)

      NRS 483.070  “Farm tractor” defined.  “Farm tractor” means every motor vehicle designed and used primarily as a farm implement for drawing plows, mowing machines and other implements of husbandry.

      [Part 2:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1943 NCL § 4442.01]

      NRS 483.075  “Foreign exchange student” defined.  “Foreign exchange student” means a student:

      1.  Whose legal residence is not in the United States;

      2.  Who comes into this State to attend an educational institution for 1 school year; and

      3.  Who returns to his or her legal residence at the end of that school year.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 1220)

      NRS 483.080  “Highway” defined.  “Highway” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 484A.095.

      [Part 5:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.04]—(NRS A 1999, 3408)

      NRS 483.081  “International instructor” defined.  “International instructor” means a person:

      1.  Who is at least 18 years of age;

      2.  Whose legal residence is not in this State;

      3.  Who comes into this State to teach at an educational institution for an indefinite period; and

      4.  Who may declare that he or she is a resident of this State for the limited purpose of obtaining a driver’s license or identification card.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 1220)

      NRS 483.082  “International student” defined.  “International student” means a student:

      1.  Who is at least 18 years of age;

      2.  Whose legal residence is not in this State;

      3.  Who comes into this State to attend an educational institution for an indefinite period; and

      4.  Who may declare that he or she is a resident of this State for the limited purpose of obtaining a driver’s license or identification card.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 1221)

      NRS 483.083  “License” defined. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]  “License” means any driver’s license or permit to operate a vehicle issued under or granted by the laws of this State, including:

      1.  Any temporary license or instruction permit; and

      2.  The future privilege to drive a vehicle by a person who does not hold a driver’s license.

      (Added to NRS by 1969, 536; A 2003, 1237)

      NRS 483.083  “License” defined. [Effective January 1, 2014.]  “License” means any driver’s license or permit to operate a vehicle issued under or granted by the laws of this State, including:

      1.  Any temporary license;

      2.  Any instruction permit obtained in accordance with NRS 483.290; and

      3.  The future privilege to drive a vehicle by a person who does not hold a driver’s license.

      (Added to NRS by 1969, 536; A 2003, 1237; 2013, 1297, effective January 1, 2014)

      NRS 483.085  “Licensee” defined.  “Licensee” means a person who has a license.

      (Added to NRS by 1969, 537)

      NRS 483.088  “Moped” defined.  “Moped” means a motor-driven scooter, motor-driven cycle or similar vehicle that is propelled by a small engine which produces not more than 2 gross brake horsepower, has a displacement of not more than 50 cubic centimeters or produces not more than 1500 watts final output, and:

      1.  Is designed to travel on not more than three wheels in contact with the ground but is not a tractor; and

      2.  Is capable of a maximum speed of not more than 30 miles per hour on a flat surface with not more than 1 percent grade in any direction when the motor is engaged.

Ê The term does not include an electric bicycle.

      (Added to NRS by 1975, 1076; A 1983, 895; 2009, 397)

      NRS 483.090  “Motor vehicle” defined.  “Motor vehicle” means every vehicle which is self-propelled, and every vehicle which is propelled by electric power obtained from overhead trolley wires but not operated upon rails. “Motor vehicle” includes a moped. The term does not include an electric bicycle.

      [Part 2:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1943 NCL § 4442.01]—(NRS A 1975, 1076; 2009, 397)

      NRS 483.100  “Nonresident” defined.  “Nonresident” means every person who is not a resident of this State.

      [4:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.03]

      NRS 483.115  “Out-of-state student” defined.  “Out-of-state student” means a student:

      1.  Whose legal residence is not in this State;

      2.  Who comes into this State to attend an educational institution; and

      3.  Who returns to his or her legal residence during the summer months.

      (Added to NRS by 1973, 1569; A 1997, 1221)

      NRS 483.120  “Owner” defined.  “Owner” means a person who holds the legal title of a vehicle, or in the event a vehicle is the subject of an agreement for the conditional sale or lease thereof with the right of purchase upon performance of the conditions stated in the agreement and with an immediate right of possession vested in the conditional vendee or lessee, or in the event a mortgagor of a vehicle is entitled to possession, then such conditional vendee or lessee or mortgagor shall be deemed the owner for the purpose of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive.

      [Part 3:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1943 NCL § 4442.02]—(NRS A 1969, 537)

      NRS 483.125  “Photograph” defined.  “Photograph” includes a digital image created by a computer or digital camera.

      (Added to NRS by 1999, 1109)

      NRS 483.135  “Premises to which the public has access” defined.  “Premises to which the public has access” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 484A.185.

      (Added to NRS by 1999, 3408)

      NRS 483.141  “Resident” defined.

      1.  “Resident” includes, but is not limited to, a person:

      (a) Whose legal residence is in the State of Nevada.

      (b) Who engages in intrastate business and operates in such a business any motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer, or any person maintaining such vehicles in this State, as the home state of such vehicles.

      (c) Who physically resides in this State and engages in a trade, profession, occupation or accepts gainful employment in this State.

      (d) Who declares that he or she is a resident of this State to obtain privileges not ordinarily extended to nonresidents of this State.

      2.  The term does not include a person who is an actual tourist, an out-of-state student, a foreign exchange student, a border state employee or a seasonal resident.

      3.  The provisions of this section do not apply to drivers of vehicles operated in this State under the provisions of NRS 482.385, 482.390, 482.395 or 706.801 to 706.861, inclusive.

      (Added to NRS by 1973, 1569; A 1989, 706; 1997, 1221)

      NRS 483.150  “Revocation” defined.  “Revocation” means that the licensee’s privilege to drive a vehicle is terminated. A new license may be obtained only as permitted in NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive.

      [Part 7:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.06]—(NRS A 1969, 537)

      NRS 483.160  “School bus” defined.

      1.  “School bus” means every motor vehicle owned by or under the control of a public or governmental agency or a private school and regularly operated for the transportation of children to or from school or a school activity or privately owned and regularly operated for compensation for the transportation of children to or from school or a school activity.

      2.  “School bus” does not include a passenger car operated under a contract to transport children to and from school, a common carrier or commercial vehicle under the jurisdiction of the Surface Transportation Board or the Nevada Transportation Authority when such a vehicle is operated in the regular conduct of its business in interstate or intrastate commerce within the State of Nevada.

      [Part 2:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1943 NCL § 4442.01]—(NRS A 1961, 303; 1971, 139; 1997, 1619, 2007)

      NRS 483.170  “Street” defined.  “Street” means the entire width between the boundary lines of every way publicly maintained when any part thereof is open to the use of the public for purposes of vehicular travel.

      [Part 5:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.04]

      NRS 483.180  “Suspension” defined.  “Suspension” means that the licensee’s privilege to drive a vehicle is temporarily withdrawn.

      [Part 7:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.06]

      NRS 483.190  “Vehicle” defined.  “Vehicle” means every device in, upon or by which any person or property is or may be transported or drawn upon a public highway, except:

      1.  Devices moved by human power or used exclusively upon stationary rails or tracks; and

      2.  Electric personal assistive mobility devices as defined in NRS 482.029.

      [Part 2:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1943 NCL § 4442.01]—(NRS A 2003, 1206)

      NRS 483.200  Employment of examiners and other employees; duties of examiners.

      1.  The Administrator is authorized to employ examiners, deputies and such other help as may be necessary to carry out the provisions of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive.

      2.  The Department may appoint as examiners, sheriffs, chiefs of police or other officials or private citizens whom it deems qualified.

      3.  Any sheriff, chief of police or other person accepting appointment as an examiner shall conduct examinations under NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, and make such written reports of findings and recommendations to the Department as it may require.

      [18:190:1941; A 1953, 191] + [Part 26:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.25]—(NRS A 1969, 538)

      NRS 483.205  Medical Board: Appointment; duties.  When the Administrator considers it necessary to obtain assistance for the Department in determining the physical or mental ability of a person to operate a motor vehicle, the Administrator, assisted by the Chief Medical Officer, may appoint a medical board consisting of three members to render such assistance.

      (Added to NRS by 1963, 842; A 1997, 1619)

      NRS 483.210  Offices.  The Administrator is authorized to provide suitable office accommodations.

      [Part 26:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.25]

      NRS 483.220  Regulations.  The Administrator is authorized to promulgate rules and regulations governing activities of the Department under NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive.

      [Part 26:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.25]—(NRS A 1969, 538; 1975, 1076)

      NRS 483.225  List of licensed drivers to be provided for selection of jury; reimbursement of Department.

      1.  The Department shall provide a list of licensed drivers in any county upon the request of a district judge of the judicial district in which the county lies for use in selecting jurors.

      2.  The court which requests the list shall reimburse the Department for the reasonable cost of the list.

      (Added to NRS by 1981, 533)

Issuance, Expiration and Renewal

      NRS 483.230  Licensing of drivers required; vehicle being towed; possession of more than one license prohibited.

      1.  Except persons expressly exempted in NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, a person shall not drive any motor vehicle upon a highway in this State unless such person has a valid license as a driver under the provisions of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, for the type or class of vehicle being driven.

      2.  Any person licensed as a driver under the provisions of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, may exercise the privilege thereby granted upon all streets and highways of this State and shall not be required to obtain any other license to exercise such privilege by any county, municipal or local board or body having authority to adopt local police regulations.

      3.  Except persons expressly exempted in NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, a person shall not steer or exercise any degree of physical control of a vehicle being towed by a motor vehicle upon a highway unless such person has a license to drive the type or class of vehicle being towed.

      4.  A person shall not receive a driver’s license until the person surrenders to the Department all valid licenses in his or her possession issued to the person by this or any other jurisdiction. Surrendered licenses issued by another jurisdiction shall be returned by the Department to such jurisdiction. A person shall not have more than one valid driver’s license.

      [8:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.07]—(NRS A 1969, 538; 2011, 2874)

      NRS 483.235  Holders of class A noncommercial drivers’ licenses: Department to adopt regulations concerning driving of combinations of vehicles of certain length and weight.  The Department shall adopt regulations authorizing the holder of a class A noncommercial driver’s license to drive any combination of vehicles not exceeding 70 feet in length with a gross combination weight rating of 26,000 pounds or less so long as the gross combination weight rating of the towed vehicles does not exceed the gross vehicle weight rating of the towing vehicle.

      (Added to NRS by 2001, 741)

      NRS 483.240  Exemptions from licensing.  The following persons are exempt from license under the provisions of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive:

      1.  Any person while driving a motor vehicle in the service of the Armed Forces.

      2.  Any person while driving any road machine, farm tractor or implement of husbandry temporarily operated or moved on a highway.

      3.  A nonresident who is at least 16 years of age and who has in his or her immediate possession a valid license issued to the person in his or her home state or country may drive a motor vehicle in this State of the type or class the person may operate in that home state or country.

      4.  Any nonresident who is at least 18 years of age, whose home state or country does not require the licensing of drivers, may drive a motor vehicle for a period of not more than 90 days in any calendar year, if the motor vehicle driven is duly registered in the home state or country of such nonresident.

      5.  A nonresident on active duty in the Armed Forces who has a valid license issued by the person’s home state and such nonresident’s spouse or dependent child who has a valid license issued by such state.

      6.  Any person on active duty in the Armed Forces who has a valid license issued in a foreign country by the Armed Forces may drive a motor vehicle for a period of not more than 45 days from the date of his or her return to the United States.

      [9:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.08]—(NRS A 1965, 562; 1969, 538)

      NRS 483.245  License issued by this State required when person becomes resident; issuance; reciprocal agreements with other states.

      1.  When a person becomes a resident of Nevada as defined in this chapter and chapter 482 of NRS, the person must, within 30 days, obtain a Nevada driver’s license as a prerequisite to driving any motor vehicle in the State of Nevada.

      2.  Where a person who applies for a license has a valid driver’s license from a state which has requirements for issuance of drivers’ licenses comparable to those of the State of Nevada, the Department may issue a Nevada license under the same terms and conditions applicable to a renewal of a license in this State.

      3.  In carrying out the provisions of this chapter, the Administrator is authorized to enter into reciprocal agreements with appropriate officials of other states concerning the licensing of drivers of motor vehicles.

      (Added to NRS by 1963, 760; A 1969, 539; 1973, 1570; 1975, 177; 1995, 2728)

      NRS 483.250  Issuance of license to certain persons prohibited; exceptions. [Effective through December 31, 2014.]  The Department shall not issue any license pursuant to the provisions of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive:

      1.  To any person who is under the age of 18 years, except that the Department may issue:

      (a) A restricted license to a person between the ages of 14 and 18 years pursuant to the provisions of NRS 483.267 and 483.270.

      (b) An instruction permit to a person who is at least 15 1/2 years of age pursuant to the provisions of subsection 1 of NRS 483.280.

      (c) A restricted instruction permit to a person under the age of 18 years pursuant to the provisions of subsection 3 of NRS 483.280.

      (d) A driver’s license to a person who is 16 or 17 years of age pursuant to NRS 483.2521.

      2.  To any person whose license has been revoked until the expiration of the period during which the person is not eligible for a license.

      3.  To any person whose license has been suspended, but upon good cause shown to the Administrator, the Department may issue a restricted license to the person or shorten any period of suspension.

      4.  To any person who has previously been adjudged to be afflicted with or suffering from any mental disability or disease and who has not at the time of application been restored to legal capacity.

      5.  To any person who is required by NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, to take an examination, unless the person has successfully passed the examination.

      6.  To any person when the Administrator has good cause to believe that by reason of physical or mental disability that person would not be able to operate a motor vehicle safely.

      7.  To any person who is not a resident of this State.

      8.  To any child who is the subject of a court order issued pursuant to title 5 of NRS which delays the child’s privilege to drive.

      9.  To any person who is the subject of a court order issued pursuant to NRS 206.330 which delays the person’s privilege to drive until the expiration of the period of delay.

      10.  To any person who is not eligible for the issuance of a license pursuant to NRS 483.283.

      [10:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1949, 38; 1953, 191; 1955, 129; 1956, 203]—(NRS A 1959, 497; 1969, 540; 1971, 546, 2029; 1977, 1370; 1981, 477; 1983, 1080; 1989, 1396; 1995, 741, 1156, 1165, 1361, 2401; 1997, 802, 1521; 2001, 1500, 1994; 2001 Special Session, 270; 2003, 320, 323, 1152; 2005, 2308, 2886; 2007, 2300)

      NRS 483.250  Issuance of license to certain persons prohibited; exceptions. [Effective January 1, 2015.]  The Department shall not issue any license pursuant to the provisions of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive:

      1.  To any person who is under the age of 18 years, except that the Department may issue:

      (a) A restricted license to a person between the ages of 14 and 18 years pursuant to the provisions of NRS 483.267 and 483.270.

      (b) An instruction permit to a person who is at least 15 1/2 years of age pursuant to the provisions of subsection 1 of NRS 483.280.

      (c) A restricted instruction permit to a person under the age of 18 years pursuant to the provisions of subsection 3 of NRS 483.280.

      (d) A driver’s license to a person who is 16 or 17 years of age pursuant to NRS 483.2521.

      2.  To any person whose license has been revoked until the expiration of the period during which the person is not eligible for a license.

      3.  To any person whose license has been suspended, but upon good cause shown to the Administrator, the Department may issue a restricted license to the person or shorten any period of suspension.

      4.  To any person who has previously been adjudged to be afflicted with or suffering from any mental disability or disease and who has not at the time of application been restored to legal capacity.

      5.  To any person who is required by NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, to take an examination, unless the person has successfully passed the examination.

      6.  To any person when the Administrator has good cause to believe that by reason of physical or mental disability that person would not be able to operate a motor vehicle safely.

      7.  To any person who is not a resident of this State.

      8.  To any child who is the subject of a court order issued pursuant to title 5 of NRS or administrative sanctions imposed pursuant to NRS 392.148 which delay the child’s privilege to drive.

      9.  To any person who is the subject of a court order issued pursuant to NRS 206.330 which delays the person’s privilege to drive until the expiration of the period of delay.

      10.  To any person who is not eligible for the issuance of a license pursuant to NRS 483.283.

      [10:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1949, 38; 1953, 191; 1955, 129; 1956, 203]—(NRS A 1959, 497; 1969, 540; 1971, 546, 2029; 1977, 1370; 1981, 477; 1983, 1080; 1989, 1396; 1995, 741, 1156, 1165, 1361, 2401; 1997, 802, 1521; 2001, 1500, 1994; 2001 Special Session, 270; 2003, 320, 323, 1152; 2005, 2308, 2886; 2007, 2300; 2013, 2463, effective January 1, 2015)

      NRS 483.2521  Drivers who are 16 or 17 years of age: Prerequisites to issuance of license. [Effective through December 31, 2014.]

      1.  The Department may issue a driver’s license to a person who is 16 or 17 years of age if the person:

      (a) Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, has completed:

            (1) A course in automobile driver education pursuant to NRS 389.090; or

             (2) A course provided by a school for training drivers which is licensed pursuant to NRS 483.700 to 483.780, inclusive, and which complies with the applicable regulations governing the establishment, conduct and scope of automobile driver education adopted by the State Board of Education pursuant to NRS 389.090;

      (b) Has at least 50 hours of supervised experience in driving a motor vehicle with a restricted license, instruction permit or restricted instruction permit issued pursuant to NRS 483.267, 483.270 or 483.280, including, without limitation, at least 10 hours of experience in driving a motor vehicle during darkness;

      (c) Submits to the Department, on a form provided by the Department, a log which contains the dates and times of the hours of supervised experience required pursuant to this section and which is signed:

             (1) By his or her parent or legal guardian; or

             (2) If the person applying for the driver’s license is an emancipated minor, by a licensed driver who is at least 21 years of age or by a licensed driving instructor,

Ê who attests that the person applying for the driver’s license has completed the training and experience required pursuant to paragraphs (a) and (b);

      (d) Has not been found to be responsible for a motor vehicle accident during the 6 months before applying for the driver’s license;

      (e) Has not been convicted of a moving traffic violation or a crime involving alcohol or a controlled substance during the 6 months before applying for the driver’s license; and

      (f) Has held an instruction permit for not less than 6 months before applying for the driver’s license.

      2.  If a course described in paragraph (a) of subsection 1 is not offered within a 30-mile radius of a person’s residence, the person may, in lieu of completing such a course as required by that paragraph, complete an additional 50 hours of supervised experience in driving a motor vehicle in accordance with paragraph (b) of subsection 1.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 2306)

      NRS 483.2521  Drivers who are 16 or 17 years of age: Prerequisites to issuance of license. [Effective January 1, 2015.]

      1.  The Department may issue a driver’s license to a person who is 16 or 17 years of age if the person:

      (a) Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, has completed:

             (1) A course in automobile driver education pursuant to NRS 389.090; or

             (2) A course provided by a school for training drivers which is licensed pursuant to NRS 483.700 to 483.780, inclusive, and which complies with the applicable regulations governing the establishment, conduct and scope of automobile driver education adopted by the State Board of Education pursuant to NRS 389.090;

      (b) Has at least 50 hours of supervised experience in driving a motor vehicle with a restricted license, instruction permit or restricted instruction permit issued pursuant to NRS 483.267, 483.270 or 483.280, including, without limitation, at least 10 hours of experience in driving a motor vehicle during darkness;

      (c) Submits to the Department, on a form provided by the Department, a log which contains the dates and times of the hours of supervised experience required pursuant to this section and which is signed:

             (1) By his or her parent or legal guardian; or

             (2) If the person applying for the driver’s license is an emancipated minor, by a licensed driver who is at least 21 years of age or by a licensed driving instructor,

Ê who attests that the person applying for the driver’s license has completed the training and experience required pursuant to paragraphs (a) and (b);

      (d) Submits to the Department:

             (1) A written statement signed by the principal of the public school in which the person is enrolled or by a designee of the principal and which is provided to the person pursuant to NRS 392.123;

             (2) A written statement signed by the parent or legal guardian of the person which states that the person is excused from compulsory attendance pursuant to NRS 392.070;

             (3) A copy of the person’s high school diploma or certificate of attendance; or

             (4) A copy of the person’s certificate of general educational development or an equivalent document;

      (e) Has not been found to be responsible for a motor vehicle accident during the 6 months before applying for the driver’s license;

      (f) Has not been convicted of a moving traffic violation or a crime involving alcohol or a controlled substance during the 6 months before applying for the driver’s license; and

      (g) Has held an instruction permit for not less than 6 months before applying for the driver’s license.

      2.  If a course described in paragraph (a) of subsection 1 is not offered within a 30-mile radius of a person’s residence, the person may, in lieu of completing such a course as required by that paragraph, complete an additional 50 hours of supervised experience in driving a motor vehicle in accordance with paragraph (b) of subsection 1.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 2306; A 2013, 2463, effective January 1, 2015)

      NRS 483.2523  Drivers who are 16 or 17 years of age: Restriction on transporting certain passengers under 18 years of age during initial period of licensure; penalty; nature of violation.

      1.  A person to whom a driver’s license is issued pursuant to NRS 483.2521 shall not, during the first 6 months after the date on which the driver’s license is issued, transport as a passenger a person who is under 18 years of age, unless the person is a member of his or her immediate family.

      2.  A person who violates the provisions of this section:

      (a) For a first offense, must be ordered to comply with the provisions of this section for 6 months after the date on which the driver’s license is issued.

      (b) For a second or subsequent offense, must be ordered to:

             (1) Pay a fine in an amount not to exceed $250;

             (2) Comply with the provisions of this section for such additional time as determined by the court; or

             (3) Both pay such a fine and comply with the provisions of this section for such additional time as determined by the court.

      3.  A violation of this section:

      (a) Is not a moving traffic violation for the purposes of NRS 483.473; and

      (b) Is not grounds for suspension or revocation of the driver’s license for the purposes of NRS 483.360.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 2307; A 2007, 644)

      NRS 483.2525  Drivers who are 16 or 17 years of age: Violation of restriction on transporting certain passengers during initial period of licensure not primary offense; issuance of citations.

      1.  A peace officer shall not stop a motor vehicle for the sole purpose of determining whether the driver is violating a provision of NRS 483.2523. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, a citation may be issued for a violation of NRS 483.2523 only if the violation is discovered when the vehicle is halted or its driver is arrested for another alleged violation or offense.

      2.  A peace officer shall not issue a citation to a person for operating a motor vehicle in violation of NRS 483.2523 if the person provides satisfactory evidence that the person has held the driver’s license for the period required pursuant to NRS 483.2523.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 2307)

      NRS 483.2527  Drivers who are 16 or 17 years of age: Information included on and format of license; regulations.  The Department may:

      1.  With respect to a driver’s license that is issued pursuant to NRS 483.2521:

      (a) Include on the face of the license the original date on which the license was issued; or

      (b) Otherwise indicate that the license is for use by a person who:

             (1) Is 16 or 17 years of age; and

             (2) Has satisfied the requirements set forth in NRS 483.2521 before receiving the license;

      2.  Issue drivers’ licenses pursuant to NRS 483.2521, in accordance with the requirements of NRS 483.347, with distinguishing characteristics which clearly indicate that the licensee is 16 or 17 years of age; and

      3.  Adopt regulations necessary to carry out the provisions governing the issuance of drivers’ licenses pursuant to NRS 483.2521.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 2307)

      NRS 483.2529  Drivers who are 16 or 17 years of age: Duration of restriction or suspension of license for certain violations.  If the driver’s license of a person who is under 18 years of age is restricted or suspended as a result of an act committed in violation of NRS 483.2521 to 483.2529, inclusive, the restriction or suspension remains in effect until the end of the term of the restriction or suspension even if the person becomes 18 years of age before the end of the term of the restriction or suspension.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 2307)

      NRS 483.255  Department to adopt regulations regarding hours of training required for issuance of license to minor who attends school for training drivers.  The Department shall adopt regulations that set forth the number of hours of training which a person whose age is less than 18 years must complete in a course provided by a school for training drivers to be issued a driver’s license pursuant to subparagraph (2) of paragraph (a) of subsection 1 of NRS 483.2521. The regulations must require that the number of hours that must be completed by such a person be comparable to the number of hours of instruction which would be required of such a person if the person completed his or her training in a course provided pursuant to NRS 389.090.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 1520; A 2005, 2309)

      NRS 483.267  Restricted license for person between ages of 14 and 18 if medical hardship exists in family: Issuance; application; restrictions. [Effective through December 31, 2014.]

      1.  The Department may issue a restricted license to any applicant between the ages of 14 and 18 years which entitles the applicant to drive a motor vehicle upon a highway if a member of his or her household has a medical condition which renders that member unable to operate a motor vehicle, and a hardship exists which requires the applicant to drive.

      2.  An application for a restricted license under this section must:

      (a) Be made upon a form provided by the Department.

      (b) Contain a statement that a person living in the same household with the applicant suffers from a medical condition which renders that person unable to operate a motor vehicle and explaining the need for the applicant to drive.

      (c) Be signed and verified as provided in NRS 483.300.

      (d) Contain such other information as may be required by the Department.

      3.  A restricted license issued pursuant to this section:

      (a) Is effective for the period specified by the Department;

      (b) Authorizes the licensee to operate a motor vehicle on a street or highway only under conditions specified by the Department; and

      (c) May contain other restrictions which the Department deems necessary.

      4.  No license may be issued under this section until the Department is satisfied fully as to the applicant’s competency and fitness to drive a motor vehicle.

      (Added to NRS by 1981, 477; A 1997, 1522)

      NRS 483.267  Restricted license for person between ages of 14 and 18 if medical hardship exists in family: Issuance; application; restrictions. [Effective January 1, 2015.]

      1.  The Department may issue a restricted license to any applicant between the ages of 14 and 18 years which entitles the applicant to drive a motor vehicle upon a highway if a member of his or her household has a medical condition which renders that member unable to operate a motor vehicle, and a hardship exists which requires the applicant to drive.

      2.  An application for a restricted license under this section must:

      (a) Be made upon a form provided by the Department.

      (b) Contain a statement that a person living in the same household with the applicant suffers from a medical condition which renders that person unable to operate a motor vehicle and explaining the need for the applicant to drive.

      (c) Be signed and verified as provided in NRS 483.300.

      (d) Include:

             (1) A written statement signed by the principal of the public school in which the applicant is enrolled or by a designee of the principal and which is provided to the applicant pursuant to NRS 392.123;

             (2) A written statement signed by the parent or legal guardian of the applicant which states that the applicant is excused from compulsory school attendance pursuant to NRS 392.070;

             (3) A copy of the applicant’s high school diploma or certificate of attendance; or

             (4) A copy of the applicant’s certificate of general educational development or an equivalent document.

      (e) Contain such other information as may be required by the Department.

      3.  A restricted license issued pursuant to this section:

      (a) Is effective for the period specified by the Department;

      (b) Authorizes the licensee to operate a motor vehicle on a street or highway only under conditions specified by the Department; and

      (c) May contain other restrictions which the Department deems necessary.

      4.  No license may be issued under this section until the Department is satisfied fully as to the applicant’s competency and fitness to drive a motor vehicle.

      (Added to NRS by 1981, 477; A 1997, 1522; 2013, 2464, effective January 1, 2015)

      NRS 483.270  Restricted license for pupil in school: Issuance; application; restrictions; regulations. [Effective through December 31, 2014.]

      1.  The Department may issue a restricted license to any pupil between the ages of 14 and 18 years who is attending:

      (a) A public school in a school district in this State in a county whose population is less than 55,000 or in a city or town whose population is less than 25,000 when transportation to and from school is not provided by the board of trustees of the school district, if the pupil meets the requirements for eligibility adopted by the Department pursuant to subsection 5; or

      (b) A private school meeting the requirements for approval under NRS 392.070 when transportation to and from school is not provided by the private school,

Ê and it is impossible or impracticable to furnish such pupil with private transportation to and from school.

      2.  An application for the issuance of a restricted license under this section must:

      (a) Be made upon a form provided by the Department.

      (b) Be signed and verified as provided in NRS 483.300.

      (c) Contain such other information as may be required by the Department.

      3.  Any restricted license issued pursuant to this section:

      (a) Is effective only for the school year during which it is issued or for a more restricted period.

      (b) Authorizes the licensee to drive a motor vehicle on a street or highway only while going to and from school, and at a speed not in excess of the speed limit set by law for school buses.

      (c) May contain such other restrictions as the Department may deem necessary and proper.

      (d) May authorize the licensee to transport as passengers in a motor vehicle driven by the licensee, only while the licensee is going to and from school, members of his or her immediate family, or other minor persons upon written consent of the parents or guardians of such minors, but in no event may the number of passengers so transported at any time exceed the number of passengers for which the vehicle was designed.

      4.  No restricted license may be issued under the provisions of this section until the Department is satisfied fully as to the applicant’s competency and fitness to drive a motor vehicle.

      5.  The Department shall adopt regulations that set forth the requirements for eligibility of a pupil to receive a restricted license pursuant to paragraph (a) of subsection 1.

      [Part 12:190:1941; A 1955, 129; 1956, 203]—(NRS A 1969, 541; 1973, 223; 1975, 207; 1997, 1523; 2001, 1996; 2011, 1289)

      NRS 483.270  Restricted license for pupil in school: Issuance; application; restrictions; regulations. [Effective January 1, 2015.]

      1.  The Department may issue a restricted license to any pupil between the ages of 14 and 18 years who is attending:

      (a) A public school in a school district in this State in a county whose population is less than 55,000 or in a city or town whose population is less than 25,000 when transportation to and from school is not provided by the board of trustees of the school district, if the pupil meets the requirements for eligibility adopted by the Department pursuant to subsection 5; or

      (b) A private school meeting the requirements for approval under NRS 392.070 when transportation to and from school is not provided by the private school,

Ê and it is impossible or impracticable to furnish such pupil with private transportation to and from school.

      2.  An application for the issuance of a restricted license under this section must:

      (a) Be made upon a form provided by the Department.

      (b) Be signed and verified as provided in NRS 483.300.

      (c) Include a written statement signed by the:

             (1) Principal of the public school in which the pupil is enrolled or by a designee of the principal and which is provided to the applicant pursuant to NRS 392.123; or

             (2) Parent or legal guardian of the pupil which states that the pupil is excused from compulsory school attendance pursuant to NRS 392.070.

      (d) Contain such other information as may be required by the Department.

      3.  Any restricted license issued pursuant to this section:

      (a) Is effective only for the school year during which it is issued or for a more restricted period.

      (b) Authorizes the licensee to drive a motor vehicle on a street or highway only while going to and from school, and at a speed not in excess of the speed limit set by law for school buses.

      (c) May contain such other restrictions as the Department may deem necessary and proper.

      (d) May authorize the licensee to transport as passengers in a motor vehicle driven by the licensee, only while the licensee is going to and from school, members of his or her immediate family, or other minor persons upon written consent of the parents or guardians of such minors, but in no event may the number of passengers so transported at any time exceed the number of passengers for which the vehicle was designed.

      4.  No restricted license may be issued under the provisions of this section until the Department is satisfied fully as to the applicant’s competency and fitness to drive a motor vehicle.

      5.  The Department shall adopt regulations that set forth the requirements for eligibility of a pupil to receive a restricted license pursuant to paragraph (a) of subsection 1.

      [Part 12:190:1941; A 1955, 129; 1956, 203]—(NRS A 1969, 541; 1973, 223; 1975, 207; 1997, 1523; 2001, 1996; 2011, 1289; 2013, 2465, effective January 1, 2015)

      NRS 483.280  Instruction, restricted instruction and temporary drivers’ permits. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]

      1.  Any person who is at least 15 1/2 years of age may apply to the Department for an instruction permit. The Department may, in its discretion, after the applicant has successfully passed all parts of the examination other than the driving test, issue to the applicant an instruction permit entitling the applicant, while having the permit in his or her immediate possession, to drive a motor vehicle upon the highways for a period of 1 year when accompanied by a licensed driver who is at least 21 years of age, who has had at least 1 year of licensed driving experience in the type of vehicle for which the permit was issued and who is actually occupying a seat beside the driver, except when the permittee is occupying a motorcycle. The term “licensed driving experience” as used in this subsection does not include driving experience gained under an instruction permit issued pursuant to the provisions of this section.

      2.  The Department may, in its discretion, issue a temporary driver’s permit to an applicant for a driver’s license permitting the applicant to drive a motor vehicle while the Department is completing its investigation and determination of all facts relative to the applicant’s right to receive a driver’s license. The permit must be in the applicant’s immediate possession while driving a motor vehicle, and is invalid when the applicant’s license has been issued or for good cause has been refused.

      3.  The Department, upon receiving proper application, may, in its discretion, issue a restricted instruction permit effective for a school year, or for a more restricted period, to an applicant who is enrolled in a drivers’ education program which includes practice driving and which is approved by the Department even though the applicant has not reached the legal age to be eligible for a driver’s license. The instruction permit entitles the permittee, when the permittee has the permit in his or her immediate possession, to drive a motor vehicle only on a designated highway or within a designated area, but only when an approved instructor is occupying a seat beside the permittee.

      [Part 12:190:1941; A 1955, 129; 1956, 203]—(NRS A 1959, 498; 1965, 563, 1090; 1969, 541; 1997, 1523; 2001 Special Session, 272)

      NRS 483.280  Instruction, restricted instruction and temporary drivers’ permits. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

      1.  Any person who is at least 15 1/2 years of age may apply to the Department for an instruction permit. The Department may, in its discretion, after the applicant has successfully passed all parts of the examination administered pursuant to NRS 483.330, other than the driving test, issue to the applicant an instruction permit entitling the applicant, while having the permit in his or her immediate possession, to drive a motor vehicle upon the highways for a period of 1 year when accompanied by a licensed driver who is at least 21 years of age, who has had at least 1 year of licensed driving experience in the type of vehicle for which the permit was issued and who is actually occupying a seat beside the driver, except when the permittee is occupying a motorcycle. The term “licensed driving experience” as used in this subsection does not include driving experience gained under an instruction permit issued pursuant to the provisions of this section.

      2.  The Department may, in its discretion, issue a temporary driver’s permit to an applicant for a driver’s license permitting the applicant to drive a motor vehicle while the Department is completing its investigation and determination of all facts relative to the applicant’s right to receive a driver’s license. The permit must be in the applicant’s immediate possession while driving a motor vehicle, and is invalid when the applicant’s license has been issued or for good cause has been refused.

      3.  The Department, upon receiving proper application, may, in its discretion, issue a restricted instruction permit effective for a school year, or for a more restricted period, to an applicant who is enrolled in a drivers’ education program which includes practice driving and which is approved by the Department even though the applicant has not reached the legal age to be eligible for a driver’s license. The instruction permit entitles the permittee, when the permittee has the permit in his or her immediate possession, to drive a motor vehicle only on a designated highway or within a designated area, but only when an approved instructor is occupying a seat beside the permittee.

      [Part 12:190:1941; A 1955, 129; 1956, 203]—(NRS A 1959, 498; 1965, 563, 1090; 1969, 541; 1997, 1523; 2001 Special Session, 272; 2013, 505, effective January 1, 2014)

      NRS 483.283  Proof of compliance with certain statutory provisions required for issuance to or renewal of license of certain criminal offenders; expiration of license; regulations.

      1.  The Department shall not issue a driver’s license to an offender or renew the driver’s license of an offender until the Department has received information submitted by the Central Repository pursuant to NRS 179D.570 or other satisfactory evidence indicating that the offender is in compliance with the provisions of chapter 179D of NRS.

      2.  If an offender is not in compliance with the provisions of chapter 179D of NRS, the Department:

      (a) Shall not issue a driver’s license to the offender or renew the driver’s license of the offender; and

      (b) Shall advise the offender to contact the Central Repository to determine the actions that the offender must take to be in compliance with the provisions of chapter 179D of NRS.

      3.  A driver’s license issued to an offender expires on the first anniversary date of the offender’s birthday, measured in the case of an original license, or a renewal license and a renewal of an expired license, from the birthday nearest the date of issuance or renewal.

      4.  The Department may adopt regulations to carry out the provisions of this section.

      5.  As used in this section:

      (a) “Central Repository” means the Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History.

      (b) “Offender” includes an “offender convicted of a crime against a child” as defined in NRS 179D.0559 and a “sex offender” as defined in NRS 179D.095.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 2886; A 2007, 2779)

      NRS 483.289  Application for license or instruction permit: Choice of statutory provisions. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

      1.  A person who wishes to obtain an instruction permit or a driver’s license may apply using the provisions of NRS 483.290 or 483.291.

      2.  A person who wishes to apply for any restricted or limited license issued pursuant to this chapter may do so by:

      (a) Submitting an application using the provisions of NRS 483.290 or 483.291; and

      (b) Fulfilling the requirements for the issuance of the restricted or limited license.

      (Added to NRS by 2013, 1294, effective January 1, 2014)

      NRS 483.290  Application for license or instruction permit; acceptable documents for proof of full legal name and age; registration to vote; authority of Department to refuse to accept certain documents; regulations; consular identification cards. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]

      1.  Every application for an instruction permit or for a driver’s license must:

      (a) Be made upon a form furnished by the Department.

      (b) Be verified by the applicant before a person authorized to administer oaths. Officers and employees of the Department may administer those oaths without charge.

      (c) Be accompanied by the required fee.

      (d) State the full legal name, date of birth, sex, address of principal residence and mailing address, if different from the address of principal residence, of the applicant and briefly describe the applicant.

      (e) State whether the applicant has theretofore been licensed as a driver, and, if so, when and by what state or country, and whether any such license has ever been suspended or revoked, or whether an application has ever been refused, and, if so, the date of and reason for the suspension, revocation or refusal.

      (f) Include such other information as the Department may require to determine the competency and eligibility of the applicant.

      2.  Every applicant must furnish proof of his or her full legal name and age by displaying an original or certified copy of the required documents as prescribed by regulation.

      3.  The Department shall adopt regulations prescribing the documents an applicant may use to furnish proof of his or her full legal name and age to the Department.

      4.  At the time of applying for a driver’s license, an applicant may, if eligible, register to vote pursuant to NRS 293.524.

      5.  Every applicant who has been assigned a social security number must furnish proof of his or her social security number by displaying:

      (a) An original card issued to the applicant by the Social Security Administration bearing the social security number of the applicant; or

      (b) Other proof acceptable to the Department, including, without limitation, records of employment or federal income tax returns.

      6.  The Department may refuse to accept a driver’s license issued by another state, the District of Columbia or any territory of the United States if the Department determines that the other state, the District of Columbia or the territory of the United States has less stringent standards than the State of Nevada for the issuance of a driver’s license.

      7.  With respect to any document presented by a person who was born outside of the United States to prove his or her full legal name and age, the Department:

      (a) May, if the document has expired, refuse to accept the document or refuse to issue a driver’s license to the person presenting the document, or both; and

      (b) Shall issue to the person presenting the document a driver’s license that is valid only during the time the applicant is authorized to stay in the United States, or if there is no definite end to the time the applicant is authorized to stay, the driver’s license is valid for 1 year beginning on the date of issuance.

      8.  The Administrator shall adopt regulations setting forth criteria pursuant to which the Department will issue or refuse to issue a driver’s license in accordance with this section to a person who is a citizen of any state, the District of Columbia, any territory of the United States or a foreign country. The criteria pursuant to which the Department shall issue or refuse to issue a driver’s license to a citizen of a foreign country must be based upon the purpose for which that person is present within the United States.

      9.  Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, the Department shall not accept a consular identification card as proof of the age or identity of an applicant for an instruction permit or for a driver’s license. As used in this subsection, “consular identification card” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 232.006.

      [13:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1943 NCL § 4442.12]—(NRS A 1963, 842; 1969, 542; 1975, 722; 1977, 12; 1985, 1470; 1987, 2146; 1989, 473, 1873, 1874; 1993, 2844; 1995, 35; 1999, 2475; 2003, 468, 1237, 1934, 2465; 2007, 2782)

      NRS 483.290  Application for license or instruction permit; acceptable documents for proof of full legal name and age; registration to vote; authority of Department to refuse to accept certain documents; regulations; consular identification cards. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

      1.  An application for an instruction permit or for a driver’s license must:

      (a) Be made upon a form furnished by the Department.

      (b) Be verified by the applicant before a person authorized to administer oaths. Officers and employees of the Department may administer those oaths without charge.

      (c) Be accompanied by the required fee.

      (d) State the full legal name, date of birth, sex, address of principal residence and mailing address, if different from the address of principal residence, of the applicant and briefly describe the applicant.

      (e) State whether the applicant has theretofore been licensed as a driver, and, if so, when and by what state or country, and whether any such license has ever been suspended or revoked, or whether an application has ever been refused, and, if so, the date of and reason for the suspension, revocation or refusal.

      (f) Include such other information as the Department may require to determine the competency and eligibility of the applicant.

      2.  Every applicant must furnish proof of his or her full legal name and age by displaying:

      (a) An original or certified copy of the required documents as prescribed by regulation; or

      (b) A photo identification card issued by the Department of Corrections pursuant to NRS 209.511.

      3.  The Department shall adopt regulations prescribing the documents an applicant may use to furnish proof of his or her full legal name and age to the Department pursuant to paragraph (a) of subsection 2.

      4.  At the time of applying for a driver’s license, an applicant may, if eligible, register to vote pursuant to NRS 293.524.

      5.  Every applicant who has been assigned a social security number must furnish proof of his or her social security number by displaying:

      (a) An original card issued to the applicant by the Social Security Administration bearing the social security number of the applicant; or

      (b) Other proof acceptable to the Department, including, without limitation, records of employment or federal income tax returns.

      6.  The Department may refuse to accept a driver’s license issued by another state, the District of Columbia or any territory of the United States if the Department determines that the other state, the District of Columbia or the territory of the United States has less stringent standards than the State of Nevada for the issuance of a driver’s license.

      7.  With respect to any document presented by a person who was born outside of the United States to prove his or her full legal name and age, the Department:

      (a) May, if the document has expired, refuse to accept the document or refuse to issue a driver’s license to the person presenting the document, or both; and

      (b) Shall issue to the person presenting the document a driver’s license that is valid only during the time the applicant is authorized to stay in the United States, or if there is no definite end to the time the applicant is authorized to stay, the driver’s license is valid for 1 year beginning on the date of issuance.

      8.  The Administrator shall adopt regulations setting forth criteria pursuant to which the Department will issue or refuse to issue a driver’s license in accordance with this section to a person who is a citizen of any state, the District of Columbia, any territory of the United States or a foreign country. The criteria pursuant to which the Department shall issue or refuse to issue a driver’s license to a citizen of a foreign country must be based upon the purpose for which that person is present within the United States.

      9.  Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, the Department shall not accept a consular identification card as proof of the age or identity of an applicant for an instruction permit or for a driver’s license. As used in this subsection, “consular identification card” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 232.006.

      [13:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1943 NCL § 4442.12]—(NRS A 1963, 842; 1969, 542; 1975, 722; 1977, 12; 1985, 1470; 1987, 2146; 1989, 473, 1873, 1874; 1993, 2844; 1995, 35; 1999, 2475; 2003, 468, 1237, 1934, 2465; 2007, 2782; 2013, 1260, 1297, effective January 1, 2014)

      NRS 483.291  Application for driver authorization card or instruction permit; acceptable documents for proof of name, age and residence; requirements for card or permit; annual expiration and renewal; exceptions; limitations on use of card or permit. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

      1.  An application for an instruction permit or for a driver authorization card must:

      (a) Be made upon a form furnished by the Department.

      (b) Be verified by the applicant before a person authorized to administer oaths. Officers and employees of the Department may administer those oaths without charge.

      (c) Be accompanied by the required fee.

      (d) State the name, date of birth, sex and residence address of the applicant and briefly describe the applicant.

      (e) State whether the applicant has theretofore been licensed as a driver, and, if so, when and by what state or country, and whether any such license has ever been suspended or revoked, or whether an application has ever been refused, and, if so, the date of and reason for the suspension, revocation or refusal.

      (f) Include such other information as the Department may require to determine the competency and eligibility of the applicant.

      2.  Every applicant must furnish proof of his or her name and age by displaying an original or certified copy of:

      (a) Any one of the following documents:

             (1) A birth certificate issued by a state, a political subdivision of a state, the District of Columbia or any territory of the United States;

             (2) A driver’s license issued by another state, the District of Columbia or any territory of the United States which is issued pursuant to the standards established by 6 C.F.R. Part 37, Subparts A to E, inclusive, and which contains a security mark approved by the United States Department of Homeland Security in accordance with 6 C.F.R. § 37.17;

             (3) A passport issued by the United States Government;

             (4) A military identification card or military dependent identification card issued by any branch of the Armed Forces of the United States;

             (5) For persons who served in any branch of the Armed Forces of the United States, a report of separation;

             (6) A Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood issued by the United States Government;

             (7) A Certificate of Citizenship, Certificate of Naturalization, Permanent Resident Card or Temporary Resident Card issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services of the Department of Homeland Security;

             (8) A Consular Report of Birth Abroad issued by the Department of State; or

             (9) Such other documentation as specified by the Department by regulation; or

      (b) Any two of the following documents:

             (1) A driver’s license issued by another state, the District of Columbia or any territory of the United States other than such a driver’s license described in subparagraph (2) of paragraph (a);

             (2) A passport issued by a foreign government;

             (3) A birth certificate issued by a foreign government;

             (4) A consular identification card issued by the Government of Mexico or a document issued by another government that the Department determines is substantially similar; or

             (5) Any other proof acceptable to the Department.

Ê No document which is written in a language other than English may be accepted by the Department pursuant to this subsection unless it is accompanied by a verified translation of the document in the English language.

      3.  Every applicant must prove his or her residence in this State by displaying an original or certified copy of any two of the following documents:

      (a) A receipt from the rent or lease of a residence located in this State;

      (b) A record from a public utility for a service address located in this State which is dated within the previous 60 days;

      (c) A bank or credit card statement indicating a residential address located in this State which is dated within the previous 60 days;

      (d) A stub from an employment check indicating a residential address located in this State;

      (e) A document issued by an insurance company or its agent, including, without limitation, an insurance card, binder or bill, indicating a residential address located in this State;

      (f) A record, receipt or bill from a medical provider indicating a residential address located in this State; or

      (g) Any other document as prescribed by the Department by regulation.

      4.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 5, a driver authorization card or instruction permit obtained in accordance with this section must:

      (a) Contain the same information as prescribed for a driver’s license pursuant to NRS 483.340 and any regulations adopted pursuant thereto;

      (b) Be of the same design as a driver’s license and contain only the minimum number of changes from that design that are necessary to comply with subsection 5; and

      (c) Be numbered from the same sequence of numbers as a driver’s license.

      5.  A driver authorization card or instruction permit obtained in accordance with this section must comply with the requirements of section 202(d)(11) of the Real ID Act of 2005, Public Law 109-13, Division B, Title II, 119 Stat. 302, 312-15, 49 U.S.C. § 30301 note.

      6.  Notwithstanding the provisions of NRS 483.380, every driver authorization card expires on the anniversary of its issuance or renewal. Every driver authorization card is renewable at any time before its expiration upon application and payment of the required fee. The Department may, by regulation, defer the expiration of the driver authorization card of a person who is on active duty in the Armed Forces of the United States upon such terms and conditions as it may prescribe. The Department may similarly defer the expiration of the driver authorization card of the spouse or dependent son or daughter of that person if the spouse or child is residing with the person.

      7.  A driver authorization card shall not be used to determine eligibility for any benefits, licenses or services issued or provided by this State or its political subdivisions.

      8.  Except as otherwise provided in this section or by specific statute, any provision of this title that applies to drivers’ licenses shall be deemed to apply to a driver authorization card and an instruction permit obtained in accordance with this section.

      (Added to NRS by 2013, 1294, effective January 1, 2014)

      NRS 483.292  Declaration of status as veteran: Inquiry by Department upon application for instruction permit or license; provision of evidence by applicant; counting and maintenance by Department; quarterly compilation and transmission of aggregate number of declarations to Department of Veterans Services. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]

      1.  When a person applies to the Department for an instruction permit or driver’s license pursuant to NRS 483.290, the Department shall inquire whether the person desires to declare that he or she is a veteran of the Armed Forces of the United States.

      2.  If the person desires to declare pursuant to subsection 1 that he or she is a veteran of the Armed Forces of the United States, the person shall provide evidence satisfactory to the Department that he or she has been honorably discharged from the Armed Forces of the United States.

      3.  If the person declares pursuant to subsection 1 that he or she is a veteran of the Armed Forces of the United States, the Department shall count the declaration and maintain it only numerically in a record kept by the Department for that purpose.

      4.  The Department shall, at least once each quarter:

      (a) Compile the aggregate number of persons who have, during the immediately preceding quarter, declared pursuant to subsection 1 that they are veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States; and

      (b) Transmit that number to the Department of Veterans Services to be used for statistical purposes.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 2064; A 2013, 2520)

      NRS 483.292  Declaration of status as veteran: Inquiry by Department upon application for instruction permit or license; provision of evidence by applicant; required documentation for designation of status on license or permit; monthly compilation and transmission to Department of Veterans Services of list of persons who have declared status. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

      1.  When a person applies to the Department for the initial issuance of an instruction permit or driver’s license pursuant to NRS 483.290 or 483.291 or the renewal of an instruction permit or driver’s license, the Department shall inquire whether the person desires to declare that he or she is a veteran of the Armed Forces of the United States.

      2.  If the person desires to declare pursuant to subsection 1 that he or she is a veteran of the Armed Forces of the United States, the person shall provide:

      (a) Evidence satisfactory to the Department that he or she has been honorably discharged from the Armed Forces of the United States; and

      (b) A written release authorizing the Department of Motor Vehicles to provide to the Department of Veterans Services personal information about the person, which release must be signed by the person and in a form required by the Director pursuant to NRS 481.063.

      3.  In addition to the declaration described in subsection 1, a person who is a veteran of the Armed Forces of the United States and who wishes to have placed on his or her instruction permit or driver’s license a designation that he or she is a veteran, as described in NRS 483.2925, must:

      (a) If applying for the initial issuance of an instruction permit or driver’s license, appear in person at an office of the Department and submit a copy of his or her DD Form 214, “Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty,” issued by the United States Department of Defense, indicating that the person has been honorably discharged from the Armed Forces of the United States.

      (b) If applying for the renewal of an instruction permit or driver’s license upon which a designation that the person is a veteran:

             (1) Is not placed, submit by mail or in person a copy of his or her DD Form 214, “Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty,” issued by the United States Department of Defense, indicating that the person has been honorably discharged from the Armed Forces of the United States.

             (2) Is placed, submit by mail, in person or by other means authorized by the Department a statement that the person wishes the instruction permit or driver’s license to continue to designate that the person is a veteran.

      4.  The Department shall, at least once each month:

      (a) Compile a list of persons who have, during the immediately preceding month, declared pursuant to subsection 1 that they are veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States; and

      (b) Transmit that list to the Department of Veterans Services to be used for statistical and communication purposes.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 2064; A 2013, 1298, 1993, 2520, effective January 1, 2014)

      NRS 483.2925  Designation of veteran status on license or permit; duties of Department. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

      1.  Upon the application of a person who requests that his or her instruction permit or driver’s license indicate that he or she is a veteran of the Armed Forces of the United States pursuant to subsection 3 of NRS 483.292, and who satisfies the requirements of that subsection, the Department shall place on any instruction permit or driver’s license issued to the person pursuant to the provisions of this chapter a designation that the person is a veteran.

      2.  The Director shall determine the design and placement of the designation of veteran status required by subsection 1 on any instruction permit or driver’s license to which this section applies.

      (Added to NRS by 2013, 1993, effective January 1, 2014)

      NRS 483.294  Registration of certain males with Selective Service System when applying for license or permit to drive; application for license or permit to drive to include certain information concerning such registration; transmittal of information to Selective Service System.

      1.  When applying for a driver’s license, an instruction permit, a restricted license or a special restricted license or for a duplicate or the renewal or reinstatement of such a license or permit, a male applicant who is:

      (a) A citizen of the United States or an immigrant; and

      (b) At least 18 years of age but less than 26 years of age,

Ê may authorize the Department to register him with the Selective Service System in compliance with section 3 of the Military Selective Service Act, 50 U.S.C. App. §§ 451 et seq., as amended.

      2.  An application for a driver’s license, an instruction permit, a restricted license or a special restricted license or for a duplicate or substitute or the renewal or reinstatement of such a license or permit must include a box which may be checked by an applicant described in subsection 1 to authorize the Department to submit the necessary personal information to the Selective Service System to register the applicant in compliance with federal law. The application must also inform the applicant that by registering with the Selective Service System in compliance with federal law, the applicant remains eligible for federal student loans, grants, benefits relating to job training, most federal jobs and, if applicable, citizenship in the United States.

      3.  If an applicant indicates on his application that he wishes the Department to forward the necessary personal information to the Selective Service System, the Department shall forward that information to the Selective Service System in an electronic format.

      (Added to NRS by 2009, 712)

      NRS 483.295  Application from person previously licensed in another state; copy of record from other state becomes part of Nevada record; Department to furnish records to other states.

      1.  Whenever an application for an instruction permit or for a driver’s license is received from a person previously licensed in another state, the Department shall request a copy of the driver’s record from such other state. When received, the driver’s record shall become a part of the driver’s record in this State with the same effect as though entered on the driver’s record in this State in the original instance.

      2.  Whenever the Department receives a request for a driver’s record from another licensing state the record shall be forwarded without charge.

      (Added to NRS by 1961, 78; A 1969, 542)

      NRS 483.300  Signing and verification of application of minor by responsible person; liability.

      1.  The application of any person under the age of 18 years for an instruction permit or driver’s license must be signed and verified, before a person authorized to administer oaths:

      (a) By the applicant’s parent who has custody of the applicant or by either parent if both have custody of the applicant;

      (b) If neither parent has custody of the applicant or if neither parent is living, by the person who has custody of the applicant, including an officer or employee of the State or a county if the minor is in the legal custody of the State or county;

      (c) If neither parent has custody of the applicant or if neither is living and the applicant has no custodian, by the applicant’s employer; or

      (d) If neither parent has custody of the applicant or if neither is living and the applicant has no custodian or employer, by any responsible person who is willing to assume the obligation imposed under NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, upon a person signing the application of a minor.

      2.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 41.0325, any negligence or willful misconduct of a minor under the age of 18 years when driving a motor vehicle upon a highway is imputed to the person who has signed the application of the minor for a permit or license and that person is jointly and severally liable with the minor for any damages caused by such negligence or willful misconduct.

      [14:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1943 NCL § 4442.13]—(NRS A 1969, 542; 1979, 94; 1989, 696; 2005, 1042)

      NRS 483.310  Release from liability upon cancellation of minor’s license.  Any person who has signed the application of a minor for a license may thereafter file with the Department a verified written request that the license of the minor so granted be cancelled. Thereupon, the Department shall cancel the license of the minor, and the person who signed the application of such minor shall be relieved from the liability imposed under NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, by reason of having signed such application on account of any subsequent negligence or willful misconduct of such minor in driving a motor vehicle.

      [15:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.14]—(NRS A 1969, 543)

      NRS 483.320  Cancellation of license upon death of person signing minor’s application.  The Department, upon receipt of satisfactory evidence of the death of the persons who signed the application of a minor for a license, shall cancel such license and shall not issue a new license until such time as a new application, duly signed and verified, is made as required by NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive. This provision shall not apply in the event the minor has attained the age of 18 years.

      [16:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.15]—(NRS A 1969, 543)

      NRS 483.325  Qualifications for safe driving of types of vehicles; types or classifications of licenses.  The Department shall establish such qualifications as it believes reasonably necessary for the safe driving of the various types, sizes or combinations of vehicles and, except as otherwise provided in NRS 486.071, may require each applicant to submit to an examination to determine the applicant’s qualification according to the type or class of license applied for.

      (Added to NRS by 1969, 537; A 1971, 227; 1995, 87)

      NRS 483.330  Examination of applicants; waiver of examination by Department. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]

      1.  The Department may require every applicant for a driver’s license, including a commercial driver’s license issued pursuant to NRS 483.900 to 483.940, inclusive, to submit to an examination. The examination may include:

      (a) A test of the applicant’s ability to understand official devices used to control traffic;

      (b) A test of the applicant’s knowledge of practices for safe driving and the traffic laws of this State;

      (c) Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, a test of the applicant’s eyesight; and

      (d) Except as otherwise provided in subsection 3, an actual demonstration of the applicant’s ability to exercise ordinary and reasonable control in the operation of a motor vehicle of the type or class of vehicle for which he or she is to be licensed.

Ê The examination may also include such further physical and mental examination as the Department finds necessary to determine the applicant’s fitness to drive a motor vehicle safely upon the highways.

      2.  The Department may provide by regulation for the acceptance of a report from an ophthalmologist, optician or optometrist in lieu of an eye test by a driver’s license examiner.

      3.  If the Department establishes a type or classification of driver’s license to operate a motor vehicle of a type which is not normally available to examine an applicant’s ability to exercise ordinary and reasonable control of such a vehicle, the Department may, by regulation, provide for the acceptance of an affidavit from a:

      (a) Past, present or prospective employer of the applicant; or

      (b) Local joint apprenticeship committee which had jurisdiction over the training or testing, or both, of the applicant,

Ê in lieu of an actual demonstration.

      4.  The Department may waive an examination pursuant to subsection 1 for a person applying for a Nevada driver’s license who possesses a valid driver’s license of the same type or class issued by another jurisdiction unless that person:

      (a) Has not attained 21 years of age, except that the Department may, based on the driving record of the applicant, waive the examination to demonstrate the applicant’s ability to exercise ordinary and reasonable control in the operation of a motor vehicle of the same type or class of vehicle for which he or she is to be licensed;

      (b) Has had his or her license or privilege to drive a motor vehicle suspended, revoked or cancelled or has been otherwise disqualified from driving during the immediately preceding 4 years;

      (c) Has been convicted of a violation of NRS 484C.130 or, during the immediately preceding 7 years, of a violation of NRS 484C.110, 484C.120 or 484C.430 or a law of any other jurisdiction that prohibits the same or similar conduct;

      (d) Has restrictions to his or her driver’s license which the Department must reevaluate to ensure the safe driving of a motor vehicle by that person;

      (e) Has had three or more convictions of moving traffic violations on his or her driving record during the immediately preceding 4 years; or

      (f) Has been convicted of any of the offenses related to the use or operation of a motor vehicle which must be reported pursuant to the provisions of Parts 1327 et seq. of Title 23 of the Code of Federal Regulations relating to the National Driver Register Problem Driver Pointer System during the immediately preceding 4 years.

      [Part 17:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1943 NCL § 4442.16]—(NRS A 1963, 481, 843; 1969, 543; 1985, 570; 1987, 448, 1309, 1318; 1991, 999; 1995, 111; 1997, 61; 1999, 3408; 2005, 130; 2007, 2784; 2009, 2021)

      NRS 483.330  Examination of applicants; waiver of examination by Department. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

      1.  The Department may require every applicant for a driver’s license, including a commercial driver’s license issued pursuant to NRS 483.900 to 483.940, inclusive, to submit to an examination. The examination may include:

      (a) A test of the applicant’s ability to understand official devices used to control traffic;

      (b) A test of the applicant’s knowledge of practices for safe driving and the traffic laws of this State;

      (c) Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, a test of the applicant’s eyesight; and

      (d) Except as otherwise provided in subsection 3, an actual demonstration of the applicant’s ability to exercise ordinary and reasonable control in the operation of a motor vehicle of the type or class of vehicle for which he or she is to be licensed.

Ê The examination may also include such further physical and mental examination as the Department finds necessary to determine the applicant’s fitness to drive a motor vehicle safely upon the highways. If the Department requires an applicant to submit to a test specified in paragraph (b), the Department shall ensure that the test includes at least one question testing the applicant’s knowledge of the provisions of NRS 484B.165.

      2.  The Department may provide by regulation for the acceptance of a report from an ophthalmologist, optician or optometrist in lieu of an eye test by a driver’s license examiner.

      3.  If the Department establishes a type or classification of driver’s license to operate a motor vehicle of a type which is not normally available to examine an applicant’s ability to exercise ordinary and reasonable control of such a vehicle, the Department may, by regulation, provide for the acceptance of an affidavit from a:

      (a) Past, present or prospective employer of the applicant; or

      (b) Local joint apprenticeship committee which had jurisdiction over the training or testing, or both, of the applicant,

Ê in lieu of an actual demonstration.

      4.  The Department may waive an examination pursuant to subsection 1 for a person applying for a Nevada driver’s license who possesses a valid driver’s license of the same type or class issued by another jurisdiction unless that person:

      (a) Has not attained 21 years of age, except that the Department may, based on the driving record of the applicant, waive the examination to demonstrate the applicant’s ability to exercise ordinary and reasonable control in the operation of a motor vehicle of the same type or class of vehicle for which he or she is to be licensed;

      (b) Has had his or her license or privilege to drive a motor vehicle suspended, revoked or cancelled or has been otherwise disqualified from driving during the immediately preceding 4 years;

      (c) Has been convicted of a violation of NRS 484C.130 or, during the immediately preceding 7 years, of a violation of NRS 484C.110, 484C.120 or 484C.430 or a law of any other jurisdiction that prohibits the same or similar conduct;

      (d) Has restrictions to his or her driver’s license which the Department must reevaluate to ensure the safe driving of a motor vehicle by that person;

      (e) Has had three or more convictions of moving traffic violations on his or her driving record during the immediately preceding 4 years; or

      (f) Has been convicted of any of the offenses related to the use or operation of a motor vehicle which must be reported pursuant to the provisions of Parts 1327 et seq. of Title 23 of the Code of Federal Regulations relating to the National Driver Register Problem Driver Pointer System during the immediately preceding 4 years.

      [Part 17:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1943 NCL § 4442.16]—(NRS A 1963, 481, 843; 1969, 543; 1985, 570; 1987, 448, 1309, 1318; 1991, 999; 1995, 111; 1997, 61; 1999, 3408; 2005, 130; 2007, 2784; 2009, 2021; 2013, 505, effective January 1, 2014)

      NRS 483.340  Issuance and contents of license; contents of license to be prescribed by regulation; license for purposes of identification only issued to certain persons; confidentiality of certain information; exception; unlawful acts; anatomical gifts; indicia of medical condition; adoption of regulations.

      1.  The Department shall, upon payment of the required fee, issue to every qualified applicant a driver’s license indicating the type or class of vehicles the licensee may drive.

      2.  The Department shall adopt regulations prescribing the information that must be contained on a driver’s license.

      3.  The Department may issue a driver’s license for purposes of identification only for use by officers of local police and sheriffs’ departments, agents of the Investigation Division of the Department of Public Safety while engaged in special undercover investigations relating to narcotics or prostitution or for other undercover investigations requiring the establishment of a fictitious identity, federal agents while engaged in undercover investigations, investigators employed by the Attorney General while engaged in undercover investigations, criminal investigators employed by the Secretary of State while engaged in undercover investigations and agents of the State Gaming Control Board while engaged in investigations pursuant to NRS 463.140. An application for such a license must be made through the head of the police or sheriff’s department, the Chief of the Investigation Division of the Department of Public Safety, the director of the appropriate federal agency, the Attorney General, the Secretary of State or his or her designee or the Chair of the State Gaming Control Board. Such a license is exempt from the fees required by NRS 483.410. The Department, by regulation, shall provide for the cancellation of any such driver’s license upon the completion of the special investigation for which it was issued.

      4.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 239.0115, information pertaining to the issuance of a driver’s license pursuant to subsection 3 is confidential.

      5.  It is unlawful for any person to use a driver’s license issued pursuant to subsection 3 for any purpose other than the special investigation for which it was issued.

      6.  At the time of the issuance or renewal of the driver’s license, the Department shall:

      (a) Give the holder the opportunity to have indicated on his or her driver’s license that the holder wishes to be a donor of all or part of his or her body pursuant to NRS 451.500 to 451.598, inclusive, or to refuse to make an anatomical gift of his or her body or part thereof.

      (b) Give the holder the opportunity to have indicated whether he or she wishes to donate $1 or more to the Anatomical Gift Account created by NRS 460.150.

      (c) Provide to each holder who is interested in becoming a donor information relating to anatomical gifts, including the procedure for registering as a donor with the donor registry with which the Department has entered into a contract pursuant to this paragraph. To carry out this paragraph, the Department shall, on such terms as it deems appropriate, enter into a contract with a donor registry that is in compliance with the provisions of NRS 451.500 to 451.598, inclusive.

      (d) If the Department has established a program for imprinting a symbol or other indicator of a medical condition on a driver’s license pursuant to NRS 483.3485, give the holder the opportunity to have a symbol or other indicator of a medical condition imprinted on his or her driver’s license.

      7.  If the holder wishes to make a donation to the Anatomical Gift Account, the Department shall collect the donation and deposit the money collected in the State Treasury for credit to the Anatomical Gift Account.

      8.  The Department shall submit to the donor registry with which the Department has entered into a contract pursuant to paragraph (c) of subsection 6 information from the records of the Department relating to persons who have drivers’ licenses that indicate the intention of those persons to make an anatomical gift. The Department shall adopt regulations to carry out the provisions of this subsection.

      [19:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1943 NCL § 4442.18]—(NRS A 1963, 843; 1969, 544; 1975, 802; 1977, 449; 1981, 1106, 2007; 1985, 1938; 1987, 895; 1989, 437, 474, 1152; 1991, 487, 2171; 1993, 1188; 2001, 681, 2551; 2003, 180, 469, 830; 2005, 244, 2313; 2007, 795, 2114, 2785; 2009, 2565, 2566)

      NRS 483.345  Number of license issued or renewed after January 1, 1998, not to be based on social security number; Department to convert number based on social security number upon request.  Repealed. (See chapter 369, Statutes of Nevada 2009, at page 1893.)

 

      NRS 483.347  Shape of license; inclusion of color photograph; issuance in certain circumstances of temporary driver’s license without photograph; duties of Department.

      1.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, the Department shall issue a rectangular-shaped driver’s license which bears a front view colored photograph of the licensee. The photograph and any information included on the license must be placed in a manner which ensures that:

      (a) If the licensee is 21 years of age or older, the longer edges of the rectangle serve as the top and bottom of the license; or

      (b) If the licensee is under 21 years of age, the shorter edges of the rectangle serve as the top and bottom of the license.

      2.  The Department may issue a temporary driver’s license without a photograph of the licensee if the licensee is temporarily absent from this State and requests the renewal of, the issuance of a duplicate of, or a change in the information on, his or her driver’s license. If the licensee returns to this State for 14 continuous days or more, the licensee shall, within 24 days after the date of return, surrender the temporary license and obtain a license which bears his or her photograph in accordance with subsection 1. A licensee charged with violating the provisions of this subsection may not be convicted if the licensee surrenders the temporary license, obtains a license which bears his or her photograph in accordance with subsection 1 and produces that license in court or in the office of the arresting officer.

      3.  The Department shall:

      (a) Establish a uniform procedure for the production of drivers’ licenses, applicable to renewal as well as to original licenses.

      (b) Except as otherwise provided in NRS 483.417 and 483.825, by regulation, increase the fees provided in NRS 483.410, 483.820 and 483.910 as necessary to cover the actual cost of production of photographs for drivers’ licenses and identification cards. The increase must be deposited in the State Treasury for credit to the Motor Vehicle Fund and must be allocated to the Department to defray the increased costs of producing the drivers’ licenses required by this section.

      (Added to NRS by 1971, 1229; A 1975, 553; 1979, 1120; 1991, 1907; 1993, 1242; 1997, 99; 1999, 1110; 2001, 1501, 2826; 2003, 53; 2005, 1216)

      NRS 483.348  Issuance of specially designed driver’s licenses to insulin dependent diabetics and epileptics; education of peace officers.

      1.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, the Department shall issue a driver’s license with a specially colored background to any person who qualifies for a driver’s license pursuant to the provisions of this chapter and delivers to the Department a signed statement from a physician that the person is an insulin dependent diabetic or an epileptic. The Department shall designate one color to be used only for a driver’s license held by a diabetic and another color to be used only for a driver’s license held by an epileptic.

      2.  In lieu of issuing a driver’s license pursuant to subsection 1, the Department may issue to a person specified in that subsection a driver’s license with a specially colored border around the photograph on the license.

      3.  The Department of Public Safety shall provide for the education of peace officers on the:

      (a) Effects and treatment of a person suffering from a diabetic condition or an epileptic seizure and the similarity in appearance of a person suffering from a diabetic condition or an epileptic seizure to a person under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance; and

      (b) Procedures for identifying and handling situations involving a person suffering from a diabetic condition or an epileptic seizure.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1209; A 2001, 1502; 2007, 2044)

      NRS 483.3485  Program for imprinting symbol or other indicator of medical condition on license: Establishment; regulations; donations.

      1.  The Department may adopt regulations establishing a program for the imprinting of a symbol or other indicator of a medical condition on a driver’s license issued by the Department.

      2.  Regulations adopted pursuant to subsection 1 must require the symbol or other indicator of a medical condition which is imprinted on a driver’s license to conform with the International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modification, or the most current revision, adopted by the National Center for Health Statistics and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

      3.  The Department may apply for and accept any gift, grant, appropriation or other donation to assist in carrying out a program established pursuant to the provisions of this section.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 2312)

      NRS 483.349  Placement of designation on license issued to person with disability which limits or impairs ability to walk.

      1.  Upon the application of a person with a disability which limits or impairs the ability to walk, the Department shall place on any driver’s license issued to the person pursuant to the provisions of this chapter a designation that the person is a person with a disability. The application must include a statement from a licensed physician certifying that the applicant is a person with a disability which limits or impairs the ability to walk.

      2.  For the purposes of this section, “person with a disability which limits or impairs the ability to walk” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 482.3835.

      (Added to NRS by 1995, 2762)

      NRS 483.350  License to be carried and surrendered upon demand; limitation on conviction.  Every licensee shall have his or her driver’s license in his or her immediate possession at all times when driving a motor vehicle and shall manually surrender the license for examination, upon demand, to a justice of the peace, a peace officer, or a deputy of the Department. However, no person charged with violating this section shall be convicted if he or she produces in court or the office of the arresting officer a driver’s license theretofore issued to the person and valid at the time of the demand.

      [Part 20:190:1941; A 1953, 191; 1955, 65]—(NRS A 1969, 544)

      NRS 483.360  Restricted license; procedure for suspension or revocation; penalty.

      1.  The Department upon issuing a driver’s license shall have authority, whenever good cause appears, to impose restrictions suitable to the licensee’s driving ability with respect to special mechanical control devices required on a motor vehicle which the licensee may drive, or such other restrictions applicable to the licensee as the Department may determine to be appropriate to assure the safe driving of a motor vehicle by the licensee.

      2.  The Department may either issue a special restricted license or may set forth such restrictions upon the usual license form.

      3.  The Department may, upon receiving satisfactory evidence of any violation of the restrictions of such license, suspend or revoke the same, but the licensee shall be entitled to a hearing as upon a suspension or revocation under NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive.

      4.  It is a misdemeanor for any person to drive a motor vehicle in any manner in violation of the restrictions imposed in a restricted license issued to the person.

      [21:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.20]—(NRS A 1969, 544)

      NRS 483.363  Report requesting that Department examine licensee who may be unable to safely operate motor vehicle: Who may file; required contents; confidentiality; exception; limitation upon filing; Administrator to prescribe form and procedure.

      1.  A person who is 18 years of age or older may file with the Department a report requesting that the Department examine a licensee who:

      (a) Is related to the person filing the report within the third degree of consanguinity or who is the spouse of the person filing the report; and

      (b) The person filing the report reasonably and in good faith believes cannot safely operate a motor vehicle.

      2.  The report described in subsection 1 must:

      (a) Include the name, relationship, address, telephone number and signature of the person filing the report.

      (b) State the person’s basis for believing that the licensee cannot safely operate a motor vehicle, which basis must be:

             (1) Personal observation or physical evidence of a physical or medical condition that has the potential to impair the ability of the licensee to operate a motor vehicle, corroborated by an affidavit from a physician in which the physician concurs that the licensee should be examined to determine the licensee’s ability to safely operate a motor vehicle;

             (2) Personal knowledge that the driving record of the licensee indicates the unsafe operation of a motor vehicle, corroborated by an affidavit from a physician in which the physician concurs that the licensee should be examined to determine the licensee’s ability to safely operate a motor vehicle; or

             (3) An investigation by a law enforcement officer.

      (c) Be kept confidential, except as otherwise provided in NRS 239.0115 and except that the report must be released upon request of the licensee or an order of a court of competent jurisdiction.

Ê No person may file more than one report concerning the same licensee within a 12-month period.

      3.  The Administrator shall prescribe:

      (a) A standard form to be used for the filing of a report pursuant to this section; and

      (b) The procedure to be used for the filing of a report pursuant to this section.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 2311; A 2007, 2115)

      NRS 483.367  Report of inability of person to safely operate motor vehicle: Department to require examination and take other appropriate action; reinstatement of restricted, suspended or revoked license; issuance of replacement license.

      1.  If the Department receives a report filed pursuant to NRS 483.363, the Department shall, upon written notice to the licensee of at least 5 days, require the licensee to submit to all or part of the regular examination set forth in NRS 483.330. Upon conclusion of the examination, the Department shall take action as it deems appropriate and may suspend or revoke the license of the person or allow the person to retain the license, or may issue a license subject to restriction as described in NRS 483.360 or restrictions as to the type or class of vehicle that may be driven. Refusal or neglect on the part of the licensee to submit to the examination is grounds for suspension or revocation of the license.

      2.  A person whose driver’s license is restricted, suspended or revoked pursuant to this section may request a total or partial reinstatement of that license. An appropriate replacement license must be issued to the licensee upon satisfactory completion of the requirements for reinstatement established by the Department pursuant to NRS 483.495.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 2312)

      NRS 483.370  Duplicate or substitute permit or license.  If an instruction permit or driver’s license issued under the provisions of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, is lost or destroyed, the person to whom the permit or license was issued may obtain a duplicate, or substitute thereof, upon:

      1.  Furnishing proof satisfactory to the Department that:

      (a) The permit or license was lost or destroyed; and

      (b) He or she is the person to whom that permit or license was issued.

      2.  Payment of the required fee.

      [22:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.21]—(NRS A 1963, 843; 1969, 544; 1987, 1437)

      NRS 483.380  Expiration of license; exception; Department to prescribe by regulation when license expires; deferred expiration of license of persons on active duty in Armed Forces and certain members of their families.

      1.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 483.283, every driver’s license expires as prescribed by regulation.

      2.  The Department shall adopt regulations prescribing when a driver’s license expires. The Department may, by regulation, defer the expiration of the driver’s license of a person who is on active duty in the Armed Forces upon such terms and conditions as it may prescribe. The Department may similarly defer the expiration of the license of the spouse or dependent son or daughter of that person if the spouse or child is residing with the person.

      [23:190:1941; A 1943, 268; R 1953, 91; added 1953, 191; A 1955, 54]—(NRS A 1959, 95, 785; 1960, 464; 1961, 455; 1963, 844; 1965, 563, 1005; 1969, 545; 1971, 578; 1975, 250; 1977, 326; 1983, 500; 1997, 1222, 2075; 1999, 976; 2005, 2888; 2007, 2786)

      NRS 483.382  Renewal of license: Notice to licensee; additional tests.

      1.  No later than 30 days before the expiration of a license, the Department shall mail to each licensee who has not already renewed his or her license an expiration notice.

      2.  The Department may require an applicant for a renewal license successfully to pass such additional tests as the Department finds reasonably necessary to determine the applicant’s qualification according to the type or class of license applied for.

      (Added to NRS by 1983, 502; A 1993, 2845; 1999, 3577)

      NRS 483.383  Renewal of license: Procedure for renewal by mail; regulations.  The Department shall:

      1.  Establish a procedure to allow such persons as it deems appropriate to renew their drivers’ licenses by mail.

      2.  Adopt regulations necessary to carry out the provisions of this section.

      (Added to NRS by 1995, 835; A 2005, 890)

      NRS 483.384  Renewal of license: Test of eyesight; report in lieu of test; regulations; when examination may be required.

      1.  The Department may require an applicant for a renewal license to appear before an examiner for a driver’s license and successfully pass an eye test.

      2.  The Department may accept, in lieu of an eye test, a report from an ophthalmologist, optometrist or agency of another state which has duties comparable to those of the Department if the reported test was performed within 90 days before the application for renewal and:

      (a) The applicant is qualified to renew his or her driver’s license by mail in accordance with the procedure established pursuant to NRS 483.383; or

      (b) The Department determines, upon good cause shown, that the applicant is unable to appear in person.

      3.  The Department shall adopt regulations which prescribe:

      (a) The criteria to determine which applicant for a renewal license must appear and successfully pass an eye test.

      (b) The circumstances under which the Department will accept a report from an ophthalmologist, optometrist or agency of another state which is authorized to conduct eye tests, in lieu of an eye test for the renewal of an applicant’s driver’s license.

      4.  If the Administrator or his or her authorized agent has reason to believe that the licensee is no longer qualified to receive a license because of the licensee’s physical condition, the Department may require that the applicant submit to an examination pursuant to the provisions of NRS 483.330. The age of a licensee, by itself, does not constitute grounds for requiring an examination of driving qualifications.

      (Added to NRS by 1983, 502; A 1985, 569; 1995, 835)

      NRS 483.386  Renewal of license: Reexamination upon good cause; penalty for late renewal; exemptions.  All persons whose licenses have expired may be required by the Department, whenever good cause appears, to take all or part of the regular examinations as set forth in NRS 483.330. All persons whose licenses have expired for a period of 30 days or more shall pay to the Department the penalty provided in NRS 483.410 in addition to the cost of renewing the license except that the following persons are exempt from this penalty:

      1.  A person who has not driven a motor vehicle after the expiration of his or her Nevada driver’s license and who submits an affidavit stating that fact;

      2.  A person renewing an expired Nevada driver’s license who possesses a valid driver’s license from another jurisdiction;

      3.  A person whose Nevada driver’s license expires during a period of suspension if the person completes a renewal application within 30 days after the date of eligibility for renewal;

      4.  A person whose Nevada driver’s license expires while the person is on active duty with any branch of the Armed Forces, if the person completes a renewal application within 30 days after his or her discharge; and

      5.  A person whose Nevada driver’s license expires while the person was a member of the military deployed to a combat or combat supporting position. As used in this subsection, “military” means the Armed Forces of the United States, a reserve component thereof or the National Guard.

      (Added to NRS by 1983, 502; A 1985, 1020; 2011, 297)

      NRS 483.390  Notice of change of address or name.  Whenever any person after applying for or receiving a driver’s license moves from the address named in the application or in the license issued to the person, or when the name of a licensee is changed, that person shall within 30 days thereafter notify the Department of his or her new and old addresses, or of such former and new names, and of the number of any license then held by the person.

      [24:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.23]—(NRS A 1965, 1006; 1969, 546; 1973, 449; 1999, 3578; 2001, 920)

      NRS 483.400  Records of Department.

      1.  The Department shall maintain files of applications for licenses. Such files shall contain:

      (a) All applications denied and on each thereof note the reasons for such denial.

      (b) All applications granted.

      (c) The name of every licensee whose license has been suspended or revoked by the Department and after each such name note the reasons for such action.

      2.  The Department shall also file all accident reports and abstracts of court records of convictions received by it under the laws of this State, and in connection therewith maintain convenient records or make suitable notations in order that an individual record of each licensee showing the convictions of such licensee and the traffic accidents in which the licensee was involved shall be readily ascertainable and available for the consideration of the Department upon any application for renewal of license and at other suitable times.

      [25:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.24]—(NRS A 1965, 319; 1993, 2845)

      NRS 483.410  Fees and penalties: Amounts, payment and disposition. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]

      1.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 6 and NRS 483.417, for every driver’s license, including a motorcycle driver’s license, issued and service performed, the following fees must be charged:

 

An original or renewal license issued to a person 65 years of age or older $13.50

An original or renewal license issued to any person less than 65 years of age 18.50

Administration of the examination required by NRS 483.330 for a noncommercial driver’s license................... 25.00

Each readministration to the same person of the examination required by NRS 483.330 for a noncommercial driver’s license............................................................................................................. 10.00

Reinstatement of a license after suspension, revocation or cancellation, except a revocation for a violation of NRS 484C.110, 484C.120, 484C.130 or 484C.430, or pursuant to NRS 484C.210 and 484C.220....................... 75.00

Reinstatement of a license after revocation for a violation of NRS 484C.110, 484C.120, 484C.130 or 484C.430, or pursuant to NRS 484C.210 and 484C.220........................................... 120.00

A new photograph, change of name, change of other information, except address, or any combination           5.00

A duplicate license.............................................................................................. 14.00

 

      2.  For every motorcycle endorsement to a driver’s license, a fee of $5 must be charged.

      3.  If no other change is requested or required, the Department shall not charge a fee to convert the number of a license from the licensee’s social security number, or a number that was formulated by using the licensee’s social security number as a basis for the number, to a unique number that is not based on the licensee’s social security number.

      4.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 483.417, the increase in fees authorized by NRS 483.347 and the fees charged pursuant to NRS 483.415 must be paid in addition to the fees charged pursuant to subsections 1 and 2.

      5.  A penalty of $10 must be paid by each person renewing a license after it has expired for a period of 30 days or more as provided in NRS 483.386 unless the person is exempt pursuant to that section.

      6.  The Department may not charge a fee for the reinstatement of a driver’s license that has been:

      (a) Voluntarily surrendered for medical reasons; or

      (b) Cancelled pursuant to NRS 483.310.

      7.  All fees and penalties are payable to the Administrator at the time a license or a renewal license is issued.

      8.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 483.340, subsection 3 of NRS 483.3485, NRS 483.415 and 483.840, and subsection 3 of NRS 483.863, all money collected by the Department pursuant to this chapter must be deposited in the State Treasury for credit to the Motor Vehicle Fund.

      [27:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1955, 130] + [Part 28:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.27]—(NRS A 1960, 465; 1961, 88; 1963, 844; 1964, 1; 1965, 564; 1969, 546; 1973, 1275; 1975, 211, 553; 1977, 267; 1979, 1121; 1981, 1590; 1983, 501, 1011; 1987, 1437; 1989, 289, 475; 1991, 1907, 2235; 1993, 271, 583; 1995, 836; 1997, 838, 1384; 2001, 682; 2005, 131, 891, 1024, 1216, 2314; 2009, 60, 1862, 2022)

      NRS 483.410  Fees and penalties: Amounts, payment and disposition. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

      1.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 6 and NRS 483.417, for every driver’s license, including a motorcycle driver’s license, issued and service performed, the following fees must be charged:

 

An original or renewal license issued to a person 65 years of age or older $13.50

An original or renewal license issued to any person less than 65 years of age which expires on the eighth anniversary of the licensee’s birthday........................................................................................ 37.00

An original or renewal license issued to any person less than 65 years of age which expires on or before the fourth anniversary of the licensee’s birthday...................................................... 18.50

Administration of the examination required by NRS 483.330 for a noncommercial driver’s license................... 25.00

Each readministration to the same person of the examination required by NRS 483.330 for a noncommercial driver’s license............................................................................................................. 10.00

Reinstatement of a license after suspension, revocation or cancellation, except a revocation for a violation of NRS 484C.110, 484C.120, 484C.130 or 484C.430, or pursuant to NRS 484C.210 and 484C.220....................... 75.00

Reinstatement of a license after revocation for a violation of NRS 484C.110, 484C.120, 484C.130 or 484C.430, or pursuant to NRS 484C.210 and 484C.220........................................... 120.00

A new photograph, change of name, change of other information, except address, or any combination           5.00

A duplicate license.............................................................................................. 14.00

 

      2.  For every motorcycle endorsement to a driver’s license, a fee of $5 must be charged.

      3.  If no other change is requested or required, the Department shall not charge a fee to convert the number of a license from the licensee’s social security number, or a number that was formulated by using the licensee’s social security number as a basis for the number, to a unique number that is not based on the licensee’s social security number.

      4.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 483.417, the increase in fees authorized by NRS 483.347 and the fees charged pursuant to NRS 483.415 must be paid in addition to the fees charged pursuant to subsections 1 and 2.

      5.  A penalty of $10 must be paid by each person renewing a license after it has expired for a period of 30 days or more as provided in NRS 483.386 unless the person is exempt pursuant to that section.

      6.  The Department may not charge a fee for the reinstatement of a driver’s license that has been:

      (a) Voluntarily surrendered for medical reasons; or

      (b) Cancelled pursuant to NRS 483.310.

      7.  All fees and penalties are payable to the Administrator at the time a license or a renewal license is issued.

      8.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 483.340, subsection 3 of NRS 483.3485, NRS 483.415 and 483.840, and subsection 3 of NRS 483.863, all money collected by the Department pursuant to this chapter must be deposited in the State Treasury for credit to the Motor Vehicle Fund.

      [27:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1955, 130] + [Part 28:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.27]—(NRS A 1960, 465; 1961, 88; 1963, 844; 1964, 1; 1965, 564; 1969, 546; 1973, 1275; 1975, 211, 553; 1977, 267; 1979, 1121; 1981, 1590; 1983, 501, 1011; 1987, 1437; 1989, 289, 475; 1991, 1907, 2235; 1993, 271, 583; 1995, 836; 1997, 838, 1384; 2001, 682; 2005, 131, 891, 1024, 1216, 2314; 2009, 60, 1862, 2022; 2013, 1241, effective January 1, 2014)

      NRS 483.415  Additional fee; deposit in Highway and Safety Administrative Account; use of money. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]

      1.  The Department of Motor Vehicles shall charge and collect a fee of 50 cents, in addition to the fees set forth in NRS 483.410, for every driver’s license, including a motorcycle driver’s license, issued or renewed.

      2.  The Department of Motor Vehicles shall deposit the money into the Highway and Safety Administrative Account which is hereby created in the State Highway Fund. The money in the Account may be used only by the Department of Transportation for:

      (a) The support of the position of Motor Vehicle Recovery and Transportation Planner created pursuant to NRS 408.234; and

      (b) The support of the position of Highway Safety Information and Outreach Coordinator created pursuant to NRS 408.228, and to carry out the provisions of that section.

      (Added to NRS by 1991, 2234; A 1993, 647; 1995, 867; 2011, 2517)

      NRS 483.415  Additional fee; deposit in Highway and Safety Administrative Account; use of money. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

      1.  The Department of Motor Vehicles shall charge and collect a fee of:

      (a) Fifty cents, in addition to the fees set forth in NRS 483.410, for every driver’s license, including a motorcycle driver’s license, issued or renewed which expires on or before the fourth anniversary of the licensee’s birthday.

      (b) One dollar, in addition to the fees set forth in NRS 483.410, for every driver’s license, including a motorcycle driver’s license, issued or renewed which expires on the eighth anniversary of the licensee’s birthday.

      2.  The Department of Motor Vehicles shall deposit the money into the Highway and Safety Administrative Account which is hereby created in the State Highway Fund. The money in the Account may be used only by the Department of Transportation for:

      (a) The support of the position of Motor Vehicle Recovery and Transportation Planner created pursuant to NRS 408.234; and

      (b) The support of the position of Highway Safety Information and Outreach Coordinator created pursuant to NRS 408.228, and to carry out the provisions of that section.

      (Added to NRS by 1991, 2234; A 1993, 647; 1995, 867; 2011, 2517; 2013, 1242, effective January 1, 2014)

      NRS 483.417  One-time waiver of fees to furnish duplicate license to homeless person or person recently released from prison; exception; acceptance of gifts, grants and donations.

      1.  The Department shall waive the fee prescribed by NRS 483.410 and the increase in the fee required by NRS 483.347 not more than one time for furnishing a duplicate driver’s license to:

      (a) A homeless person who submits a signed affidavit on a form prescribed by the Department stating that the person is homeless.

      (b) A person who submits documentation from the Department of Corrections verifying that the person was released from prison within the immediately preceding 90 days.

      2.  A vendor that has entered into an agreement with the Department to produce photographs for drivers’ licenses pursuant to NRS 483.347 may waive the cost it charges the Department to produce the photograph of a homeless person or person released from prison for a duplicate driver’s license.

      3.  If the vendor does not waive pursuant to subsection 2 the cost it charges the Department and the Department has waived the increase in the fee required by NRS 483.347 for a duplicate driver’s license furnished to a person pursuant to subsection 1, the person shall reimburse the Department in an amount equal to the increase in the fee required by NRS 483.347 if the person:

      (a) Applies to the Department for the renewal of his or her driver’s license; and

      (b) Is employed at the time of such application.

      4.  The Department may accept gifts, grants and donations of money to fund the provision of duplicate drivers’ licenses without a fee to persons pursuant to subsection 1.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 1215; A 2011, 2604)

Cancellation, Suspension and Revocation

      NRS 483.420  Authority of Department to cancel license.

      1.  The Department is hereby authorized to cancel any driver’s license upon determining that the licensee was not entitled to the issuance thereof pursuant to NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, or that the licensee failed to give the required or correct information in his or her application or committed any fraud in making an application.

      2.  Upon cancellation of a driver’s license pursuant to subsection 1, the licensee shall surrender the license cancelled to the Department.

      3.  The Department is authorized to cancel any license that is voluntarily surrendered to the Department.

      [29:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.28]—(NRS A 1965, 564; 1969, 547; 1971, 579; 1991, 1908; 2011, 2659)

      NRS 483.430  Suspension or revocation of privilege of nonresident; report of certain convictions in this State or revocation or suspension involving nonresident.

      1.  The privilege of driving a motor vehicle on the highways of this State given to a nonresident under NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, shall be subject to suspension or revocation by the Department in like manner and for like cause as a driver’s license issued under NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, may be suspended or revoked.

      2.  The Department is further authorized, upon receiving a record of the conviction in this State of a nonresident driver of a motor vehicle of any offense under the motor vehicle laws of this State, to forward a certified copy of such record to the motor vehicle administrator in the state wherein the person so convicted is a resident.

      3.  When a nonresident’s driving privilege is suspended or revoked in this State, the Department shall forward a copy of the record of such action to the motor vehicle administrator in the state where such driver resides.

      [30:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.29]—(NRS A 1969, 547)

      NRS 483.440  Suspension or revocation of license or privilege upon conviction in another state.  The Department is authorized to suspend or revoke the license of any resident of this State or the privilege of a nonresident to drive a motor vehicle in this State upon receiving notice of the conviction of such person in another state of an offense therein which, if committed in this State, would be grounds for the suspension or revocation of the license.

      [31:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.30]—(NRS A 1969, 547)

      NRS 483.441  Suspension of license for delinquent payment of administrative fines and other costs owed pursuant to NRS 706.476 or 706.771; notice; plan for repayment; reinstatement; fee for reinstatement.

      1.  Upon receipt of notice from the Nevada Transportation Authority pursuant to NRS 706.772 regarding a driver’s delinquency with respect to the payment of an administrative fine and any other costs owed to the Authority pursuant to NRS 706.476 or 706.771, the Department shall notify the driver by mail that his or her driver’s license is subject to suspension and allow the driver 30 days after the date of mailing the notice to:

      (a) Pay to the Authority the delinquent administrative fine and any other costs or comply with a plan of repayment approved pursuant to NRS 706.772; or

      (b) Make a written request to the Department for a hearing.

      2.  If notified by the Nevada Transportation Authority, within 30 days after the notice of a delinquency in the payment of an administrative fine, that a driver has entered into a plan for repayment approved pursuant to NRS 706.772, the Department shall stop the suspension of the driver’s license from going into effect. If the driver subsequently defaults on the plan of repayment with the Authority, the Authority shall notify the Department, which shall immediately suspend the driver’s license until the Authority notifies the Department that the license is eligible for reinstatement.

      3.  The Department shall suspend the driver’s license of a driver 31 days after it mails the notice provided for in subsection 1 to the driver, unless within that time it has received a written request for a hearing from the driver or notice from the Nevada Transportation Authority that the driver has paid the administrative fine and any other costs or complied with a plan of repayment approved pursuant to NRS 706.772. A license so suspended remains suspended until:

      (a) The Authority notifies the Department that the license is eligible for reinstatement; and

      (b) The Department receives payment of the fee for reinstatement required by NRS 483.410.

      (Added to NRS by 2011, 2658)

      NRS 483.443  Suspension of license for failure to comply with certain subpoenas or warrants or failure to satisfy arrearage in payment of support for child; reinstatement of license. [Effective until the date of the repeal of 42 U.S.C. § 666, the federal law requiring each state to establish procedures for withholding, suspending and restricting the professional, occupational and recreational licenses for child support arrearages and for noncompliance with certain processes relating to paternity or child support proceedings.]

      1.  The Department shall, upon receiving notification from a district attorney or other public agency collecting support for children pursuant to NRS 425.510 that a court has determined that a person:

      (a) Has failed to comply with a subpoena or warrant relating to a proceeding to establish paternity or to establish or enforce an obligation for the support of a child; or

      (b) Is in arrears in the payment for the support of one or more children,

Ê send a written notice to that person that his or her driver’s license is subject to suspension.

      2.  The notice must include:

      (a) The reason for the suspension of the license;

      (b) The information set forth in subsections 3, 5 and 6; and

      (c) Any other information the Department deems necessary.

      3.  If a person who receives a notice pursuant to subsection 1 does not, within 30 days after receiving the notice, comply with the subpoena or warrant or satisfy the arrearage as required in NRS 425.510, the Department shall suspend the license without providing the person with an opportunity for a hearing.

      4.  The Department shall suspend immediately the license of a defendant if so ordered pursuant to NRS 62B.420 or 176.064.

      5.  The Department shall reinstate the driver’s license of a person whose license was suspended pursuant to this section if it receives:

      (a) A notice from the district attorney or other public agency pursuant to NRS 425.510 that the person has complied with the subpoena or warrant or has satisfied the arrearage pursuant to that section, from a district judge that a delinquency for which the suspension was ordered pursuant to NRS 176.064 has been discharged or from a judge of the juvenile court that an unsatisfied civil judgment for which the suspension was ordered pursuant to NRS 62B.420 has been satisfied; and

      (b) Payment of the fee for reinstatement of a suspended license prescribed in NRS 483.410.

      6.  The Department shall not require a person whose driver’s license was suspended pursuant to this section to submit to the tests and other requirements which are adopted by regulation pursuant to subsection 1 of NRS 483.495 as a condition of the reinstatement of the license.

      (Added to NRS by 1995, 947; A 1997, 901, 2076; 2013, 537)

      NRS 483.443  Suspension of license for failure to satisfy arrearage in payment of support for child; reinstatement of license. [Effective on the date of the repeal of 42 U.S.C. § 666, the federal law requiring each state to establish procedures for withholding, suspending and restricting the professional, occupational and recreational licenses for child support arrearages and for noncompliance with certain processes relating to paternity or child support proceedings.]

      1.  The Department shall, upon receiving notification from a district attorney or other public agency collecting support for children that a court has determined a person is in arrears in the payment for the support of a child pursuant to NRS 425.510, send a written notice to that person that his or her license is subject to suspension. The notice must include:

      (a) The reason for the suspension of the license;

      (b) The information set forth in subsections 2, 4 and 5; and

      (c) Any other information the Department deems necessary.

      2.  If a person who receives a notice pursuant to subsection 1 does not satisfy the arrearage as required in NRS 425.510 within 30 days after receiving the notice, the Department shall suspend the license.

      3.  The Department shall suspend immediately the license of a defendant if so ordered pursuant to NRS 62B.420 or 176.064.

      4.  The Department shall reinstate the driver’s license of a person whose license was suspended pursuant to this section if it receives:

      (a) A notice from the district attorney or other public agency pursuant to NRS 425.510 that the person has complied with the subpoena or warrant or has satisfied the arrearages pursuant to that section, from a district judge that a delinquency for which the suspension was ordered pursuant to NRS 176.064 has been discharged or from a judge of the juvenile court that an unsatisfied civil judgment for which the suspension was ordered pursuant to NRS 62B.420 has been satisfied; and

      (b) Payment of the fee for reinstatement of a suspended license prescribed in NRS 483.410.

      5.  The Department shall not require a person whose driver’s license was suspended pursuant to this section to submit to the tests and other requirements which are adopted by regulation pursuant to subsection 1 of NRS 483.495 as a condition of the reinstatement of the license.

      (Added to NRS by 1995, 947; A 1997, 901, 2076; 2013, 537, effective on the date of the repeal of 42 U.S.C. § 666, the federal law requiring each state to establish procedures for withholding, suspending and restricting the professional, occupational and recreational licenses for child support arrearages and for noncompliance with certain processes relating to paternity or child support proceedings)

      NRS 483.445  Suspension or revocation of license of member of Armed Forces.  The Department may suspend or revoke the license of a member of the Armed Forces of the United States stationed at a military installation located in Nevada if:

      1.  It receives notice from the commander of any such installation that such person’s military driving privilege has been suspended; and

      2.  The conduct on which the suspension of the military license is based is of such a nature that the Department would revoke or suspend such person’s driver’s license had such conduct occurred within its jurisdiction.

      (Added to NRS by 1969, 595)

      NRS 483.447  Future driving privileges: Deemed possession by unlicensed driver who operates vehicle in Nevada.  A person who does not hold a valid license issued by this State or any other state and who operates a vehicle in this State shall be deemed to have future driving privileges that may be suspended if the person is convicted of any traffic offense in this State.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 1235)

      NRS 483.448  Future driving privileges: Demerit points; suspension; hearing.

      1.  Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, when a person deemed to have future driving privileges pursuant to NRS 483.447 has accumulated 3 or more demerit points, but less than 12, the Department shall notify the person of this fact. If, after the Department mails the notice, the person presents proof to the Department that he or she has successfully completed a course of traffic safety approved by the Department and a signed statement which indicates that the successful completion of the course was not required pursuant to a plea agreement, the Department shall cancel not more than 3 demerit points from the person’s driving record. If such a person accumulates 12 or more demerit points before completing the course of traffic safety, the person will not be entitled to have demerit points cancelled upon the completion of the course but must have future driving privileges suspended. A person deemed to have future driving privileges may attend a course only once in 12 months for the purpose of reducing demerit points. The 3 demerit points may only be cancelled from the driver’s record of the person during the 12-month period immediately following the driver’s successful completion of the course of traffic safety. The provisions of this subsection do not apply to a person deemed to have future driving privileges whose successful completion of a course of traffic safety was required pursuant to a plea agreement.

      2.  Any reduction of demerit points pursuant to this section applies only to the demerit record of the person deemed to have future driving privileges and otherwise does not affect the person’s driving record with the Department or insurance record.

      3.  Notwithstanding any provision of this title to the contrary, if a person deemed to have future driving privileges accumulates demerit points, the Department shall suspend those future driving privileges:

      (a) For the first accumulation of 12 demerit points during a 12-month period, for 6 months. Such a person is eligible for a restricted license during this 6-month period.

      (b) For the second accumulation within 3 years of 12 demerit points during a 12-month period, for 1 year. Such a person is eligible for a restricted license during this 1-year period.

      (c) For the third accumulation within 5 years of 12 demerit points during a 12-month period, for 1 year. Such a person is not eligible for a restricted license during this 1-year period.

      4.  The Department shall suspend for 1 year the future driving privileges of a person convicted of a sixth traffic offense within a 5-year period if all six offenses have been assigned a value of 4 or more demerit points. Such a person is not eligible for a restricted license during this 1-year period.

      5.  If the Department determines by its records that a person deemed to have future driving privileges is not eligible for a driver’s license pursuant to this section, the Department shall notify the person by mail of that fact.

      6.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 7, the Department shall suspend the future driving privileges of a person pursuant to this section 30 days after the date on which the Department mails the notice to the person required by subsection 5.

      7.  If a written request for a hearing is received by the Department:

      (a) The suspension of the future driving privileges of the person requesting the hearing is stayed until a determination is made by the Department after the hearing.

      (b) The hearing must be held, within 45 days after the request is received, in the county in which the person resides unless the person and the Department agree that the hearing may be held in some other county. The scope of the hearing must be limited to whether the records of the Department accurately reflect the driving history of the person.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 1235)

      NRS 483.450  Conviction of offense making revocation of license mandatory: Department to adopt regulations prescribing recordation of conviction; duties of courts; expenses.

      1.  A record of conviction must be made in a manner approved by the Department. The court shall provide sufficient information to allow the Department to include accurately the information regarding the conviction in the driver’s record.

      2.  The Department shall adopt regulations prescribing the information necessary to record the conviction in the driver’s record.

      3.  Every court, including a juvenile court, having jurisdiction over violations of the provisions of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, or any other law of this State or municipal ordinance regulating the operation of motor vehicles on highways, shall forward to the Department:

      (a) If the court is other than a juvenile court, a record of the conviction of any person in that court for a violation of any such laws other than regulations governing standing or parking; or

      (b) If the court is a juvenile court, a record of any finding that a child has violated a traffic law or ordinance other than one governing standing or parking,

Ê within 5 days after the conviction or finding, and may recommend the suspension of the driver’s license of the person convicted or child found in violation of a traffic law or ordinance.

      4.  If a record forwarded to the Department pursuant to subsection 3 is a record of the conviction of a person who holds a commercial driver’s license, the Department shall, within 5 days after the date on which it receives such a record, transmit notice of the conviction to the Commercial Driver’s License Information System.

      5.  For the purposes of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive:

      (a) “Conviction” has the meaning prescribed by regulation pursuant to NRS 481.052.

      (b) A forfeiture of bail or collateral deposited to secure a defendant’s appearance in court, if the forfeiture has not been vacated, is equivalent to a conviction.

      6.  The necessary expenses of mailing records of conviction to the Department as required by this section must be paid by the court charged with the duty of forwarding those records of conviction.

      7.  As used in this section, “Commercial Driver’s License Information System” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 483.904.

      [32:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1953, 191]—(NRS A 1961, 79; 1969, 547; 1973, 1533; 1981, 534; 1989, 554; 2003, 1153; 2007, 2787; 2011, 404)

      NRS 483.460  Mandatory revocation of license, permit or privilege to drive; period of revocation; tolling of period of revocation during imprisonment; eligibility for restricted license; action to carry out court’s order. [Effective through December 31, 2014.]

      1.  Except as otherwise provided by specific statute, the Department shall revoke the license, permit or privilege of any driver upon receiving a record of his or her conviction of any of the following offenses, when that conviction has become final, and the driver is not eligible for a license, permit or privilege to drive for the period indicated:

      (a) For a period of 3 years if the offense is:

             (1) A violation of subsection 6 of NRS 484B.653.

             (2) A third or subsequent violation within 7 years of NRS 484C.110 or 484C.120.

             (3) A violation of NRS 484C.110 or 484C.120 resulting in a felony conviction pursuant to NRS 484C.400 or 484C.410.

             (4) A violation of NRS 484C.430 or a homicide resulting from driving or being in actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or a controlled substance or resulting from any other conduct prohibited by NRS 484C.110, 484C.130 or 484C.430.

Ê The period during which such a driver is not eligible for a license, permit or privilege to drive must be set aside during any period of imprisonment and the period of revocation must resume when the Department is notified pursuant to NRS 209.517 or 213.12185 that the person has completed the period of imprisonment or that the person has been placed on residential confinement or parole.

      (b) For a period of 1 year if the offense is:

             (1) Any other manslaughter, including vehicular manslaughter as described in NRS 484B.657, resulting from the driving of a motor vehicle or felony in the commission of which a motor vehicle is used, including the unlawful taking of a motor vehicle.

             (2) Failure to stop and render aid as required pursuant to the laws of this State in the event of a motor vehicle accident resulting in the death or bodily injury of another.

             (3) Perjury or the making of a false affidavit or statement under oath to the Department pursuant to NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, or pursuant to any other law relating to the ownership or driving of motor vehicles.

             (4) Conviction, or forfeiture of bail not vacated, upon three charges of reckless driving committed within a period of 12 months.

             (5) A second violation within 7 years of NRS 484C.110 or 484C.120 and the driver is not eligible for a restricted license during any of that period.

             (6) A violation of NRS 484B.550.

      (c) For a period of 90 days, if the offense is a first violation within 7 years of NRS 484C.110 or 484C.120.

      2.  The Department shall revoke the license, permit or privilege of a driver convicted of violating NRS 484C.110 or 484C.120 who fails to complete the educational course on the use of alcohol and controlled substances within the time ordered by the court and shall add a period of 90 days during which the driver is not eligible for a license, permit or privilege to drive.

      3.  When the Department is notified by a court that a person who has been convicted of a first violation within 7 years of NRS 484C.110 has been permitted to enter a program of treatment pursuant to NRS 484C.320, the Department shall reduce by one-half the period during which the person is not eligible for a license, permit or privilege to drive, but shall restore that reduction in time if notified that the person was not accepted for or failed to complete the treatment.

      4.  The Department shall revoke the license, permit or privilege to drive of a person who is required to install a device pursuant to NRS 484C.460 but who operates a motor vehicle without such a device:

      (a) For 3 years, if it is his or her first such offense during the period of required use of the device.

      (b) For 5 years, if it is his or her second such offense during the period of required use of the device.

      5.  A driver whose license, permit or privilege is revoked pursuant to subsection 4 is not eligible for a restricted license during the period set forth in paragraph (a) or (b) of that subsection, whichever applies.

      6.  In addition to any other requirements set forth by specific statute, if the Department is notified that a court has ordered the revocation, suspension or delay in the issuance of a license pursuant to title 5 of NRS, NRS 176.064 or 206.330, chapters 484A to 484E, inclusive, of NRS or any other provision of law, the Department shall take such actions as are necessary to carry out the court’s order.

      7.  As used in this section, “device” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 484C.450.

      [33:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1947, 443; 1943 NCL § 4442.32]—(NRS A 1959, 287; 1969, 760, 761, 1508; 1971, 2030; 1973, 586; 1975, 787; 1981, 535, 1922; 1983, 1081; 1989, 1193, 1397, 1736; 1995, 741, 1156, 1165, 1361, 1372, 1917, 2401; 1997, 802, 1742, 2842, 2856, 3367; 1999, 474, 1384, 2135, 3409; 2001, 245, 246; 2003, 1154; 2005, 76, 132, 604; 2007, 2037, 2045, 2787; 2009, 1031, 1863; 2011, 1630)

      NRS 483.460  Mandatory revocation of license, permit or privilege to drive; period of revocation; tolling of period of revocation during imprisonment; eligibility for restricted license; action to carry out court’s order. [Effective January 1, 2015.]

      1.  Except as otherwise provided by specific statute, the Department shall revoke the license, permit or privilege of any driver upon receiving a record of his or her conviction of any of the following offenses, when that conviction has become final, and the driver is not eligible for a license, permit or privilege to drive for the period indicated:

      (a) For a period of 3 years if the offense is:

             (1) A violation of subsection 6 of NRS 484B.653.

             (2) A third or subsequent violation within 7 years of NRS 484C.110 or 484C.120.

             (3) A violation of NRS 484C.110 or 484C.120 resulting in a felony conviction pursuant to NRS 484C.400 or 484C.410.

             (4) A violation of NRS 484C.430 or a homicide resulting from driving or being in actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or a controlled substance or resulting from any other conduct prohibited by NRS 484C.110, 484C.130 or 484C.430.

Ê The period during which such a driver is not eligible for a license, permit or privilege to drive must be set aside during any period of imprisonment and the period of revocation must resume when the Department is notified pursuant to NRS 209.517 or 213.12185 that the person has completed the period of imprisonment or that the person has been placed on residential confinement or parole.

      (b) For a period of 1 year if the offense is:

             (1) Any other manslaughter, including vehicular manslaughter as described in NRS 484B.657, resulting from the driving of a motor vehicle or felony in the commission of which a motor vehicle is used, including the unlawful taking of a motor vehicle.

             (2) Failure to stop and render aid as required pursuant to the laws of this State in the event of a motor vehicle accident resulting in the death or bodily injury of another.

             (3) Perjury or the making of a false affidavit or statement under oath to the Department pursuant to NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, or pursuant to any other law relating to the ownership or driving of motor vehicles.

             (4) Conviction, or forfeiture of bail not vacated, upon three charges of reckless driving committed within a period of 12 months.

             (5) A second violation within 7 years of NRS 484C.110 or 484C.120 and the driver is not eligible for a restricted license during any of that period.

             (6) A violation of NRS 484B.550.

      (c) For a period of 90 days, if the offense is a first violation within 7 years of NRS 484C.110 or 484C.120.

      2.  The Department shall revoke the license, permit or privilege of a driver convicted of violating NRS 484C.110 or 484C.120 who fails to complete the educational course on the use of alcohol and controlled substances within the time ordered by the court and shall add a period of 90 days during which the driver is not eligible for a license, permit or privilege to drive.

      3.  When the Department is notified by a court that a person who has been convicted of a first violation within 7 years of NRS 484C.110 has been permitted to enter a program of treatment pursuant to NRS 484C.320, the Department shall reduce by one-half the period during which the person is not eligible for a license, permit or privilege to drive, but shall restore that reduction in time if notified that the person was not accepted for or failed to complete the treatment.

      4.  The Department shall revoke the license, permit or privilege to drive of a person who is required to install a device pursuant to NRS 484C.460 but who operates a motor vehicle without such a device:

      (a) For 3 years, if it is his or her first such offense during the period of required use of the device.

      (b) For 5 years, if it is his or her second such offense during the period of required use of the device.

      5.  A driver whose license, permit or privilege is revoked pursuant to subsection 4 is not eligible for a restricted license during the period set forth in paragraph (a) or (b) of that subsection, whichever applies.

      6.  In addition to any other requirements set forth by specific statute, if the Department is notified that a court has ordered the revocation, suspension or delay in the issuance of a license pursuant to title 5 of NRS, NRS 176.064, 206.330 or 392.148, chapters 484A to 484E, inclusive, of NRS or any other provision of law, the Department shall take such actions as are necessary to carry out the court’s order.

      7.  As used in this section, “device” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 484C.450.

      [33:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1947, 443; 1943 NCL § 4442.32]—(NRS A 1959, 287; 1969, 760, 761, 1508; 1971, 2030; 1973, 586; 1975, 787; 1981, 535, 1922; 1983, 1081; 1989, 1193, 1397, 1736; 1995, 741, 1156, 1165, 1361, 1372, 1917, 2401; 1997, 802, 1742, 2842, 2856, 3367; 1999, 474, 1384, 2135, 3409; 2001, 245, 246; 2003, 1154; 2005, 76, 132, 604; 2007, 2037, 2045, 2787; 2009, 1031, 1863; 2011, 1630; 2013, 2466, effective January 1, 2015)

      NRS 483.461  Mandatory suspension of license of person less than 21 years of age if test shows concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.08 in blood or breath; cancellation of suspension and credit toward subsequent revocation or suspension. [Effective until the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State.]

      1.  If the result of a test given pursuant to NRS 484C.150 or 484C.160 shows that a person less than 21 years of age had a concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.08 in his or her blood or breath at the time of the test, the person’s license, permit or privilege to drive must be suspended for a period of 90 days.

      2.  If a revocation or suspension of a person’s license, permit or privilege to drive for a violation of NRS 62E.640, 484C.110, 484C.120, 484C.130 or 484C.430 follows a suspension ordered pursuant to subsection 1, the Department shall:

      (a) Cancel the suspension ordered pursuant to subsection 1; and

      (b) Give the person credit toward the period of revocation or suspension ordered pursuant to NRS 62E.640, 484C.110, 484C.120, 484C.130 or 484C.430, whichever is applicable, for any period during which the person’s license, permit or privilege to drive was suspended pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  This section does not preclude:

      (a) The prosecution of a person for a violation of any other provision of law; or

      (b) The suspension or revocation of a person’s license, permit or privilege to drive pursuant to any other provision of law.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 3044; A 1999, 2448; 2003, 1155, 2557; 2005, 133; 2009, 1864)

      NRS 483.461  Mandatory suspension of license of person less than 21 years of age if test shows concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.10 in blood or breath; cancellation of suspension and credit toward subsequent revocation or suspension. [Effective on the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State.]

      1.  If the result of a test given pursuant to NRS 484C.150 or 484C.160 shows that a person less than 21 years of age had a concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.10 in his or her blood or breath at the time of the test, the person’s license, permit or privilege to drive must be suspended for a period of 90 days.

      2.  If a revocation or suspension of a person’s license, permit or privilege to drive for a violation of NRS 62E.640, 484C.110, 484C.120, 484C.130 or 484C.430 follows a suspension ordered pursuant to subsection 1, the Department shall:

      (a) Cancel the suspension ordered pursuant to subsection 1; and

      (b) Give the person credit toward the period of revocation or suspension ordered pursuant to NRS 62E.640, 484C.110, 484C.120, 484C.130 or 484C.430, whichever is applicable, for any period during which the person’s license, permit or privilege to drive was suspended pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  This section does not preclude:

      (a) The prosecution of a person for a violation of any other provision of law; or

      (b) The suspension or revocation of a person’s license, permit or privilege to drive pursuant to any other provision of law.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 3044; A 1999, 2448; 2003, 1155, 2557; 2005, 133; 2009, 1864, 1865, effective on the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State)

      NRS 483.462  Test indicating person less than 21 years of age has concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.08 in blood or breath; duties of peace officer and Department; order for suspension of license. [Effective until the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State.]

      1.  A peace officer who has received the result of a test given pursuant to NRS 484C.150 or 484C.160 which indicates that a person less than 21 years of age to whom the test was given had a concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.08 in his or her blood or breath shall prepare a written certificate indicating whether the peace officer:

      (a) Had reasonable grounds to believe that the person was driving under the influence of alcohol;

      (b) Served an order of suspension on the person pursuant to subsection 2; and

      (c) Issued the person a temporary license pursuant to subsection 2.

      2.  If a person less than 21 years of age to whom a test is given pursuant to NRS 484C.150 or 484C.160 is present when a peace officer receives the result of the test and the test indicates that the person has a concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.08 in his or her blood or breath, the peace officer shall:

      (a) Serve an order of suspension of the license, permit or privilege;

      (b) Seize any license or permit of the person;

      (c) Advise the person that the person has the right to:

             (1) Administrative and judicial review of the suspension; and

             (2) Have a temporary license;

      (d) If the person requests a temporary license, issue the person a temporary license on a form approved by the Department which becomes effective 24 hours after the person receives the temporary license and expires 120 hours after it becomes effective; and

      (e) Transmit to the Department:

             (1) Any license or permit seized pursuant to paragraph (b); and

             (2) The written certificate which the peace officer is required to prepare pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  If a person less than 21 years of age to whom a test is given pursuant to NRS 484C.150 or 484C.160 is not present when a peace officer receives the result of the test and the test indicates that the person has a concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.08 in his or her blood or breath, the peace officer shall transmit to the Department a copy of the result of the test and the written certificate which the peace officer is required to prepare pursuant to subsection 1.

      4.  The Department, upon receiving a copy of the result of the test and the written certificate transmitted by the peace officer pursuant to subsection 3, shall:

      (a) Review the result of the test and the written certificate; and

      (b) If the Department determines that it is appropriate, issue an order to suspend the license, permit or privilege to drive of the person by mailing the order to the person at the person’s last known address.

      5.  An order for suspension issued by the Department pursuant to subsection 4 must:

      (a) Explain the grounds for the suspension;

      (b) Indicate the period of the suspension;

      (c) Require the person to transmit to the Department any license or permit held by the person; and

      (d) Explain that the person has a right to administrative and judicial review of the suspension.

      6.  An order for suspension issued by the Department pursuant to subsection 4 is presumed to have been received by the person 5 days after the order is deposited, postage prepaid, in the United States mail by the Department. The date of mailing of the order may be shown by a certificate that is prepared by an officer or employee of the Department specifying the date of mailing.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 3044; A 1999, 2448; 2003, 2557)

      NRS 483.462  Test indicating person less than 21 years of age has concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.10 in blood or breath; duties of peace officer and Department; order for suspension of license. [Effective on the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State.]

      1.  A peace officer who has received the result of a test given pursuant to NRS 484C.150 or 484C.160 which indicates that a person less than 21 years of age to whom the test was given had a concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.10 in his or her blood or breath shall prepare a written certificate indicating whether the peace officer:

      (a) Had reasonable grounds to believe that the person was driving under the influence of alcohol;

      (b) Served an order of suspension on the person pursuant to subsection 2; and

      (c) Issued the person a temporary license pursuant to subsection 2.

      2.  If a person less than 21 years of age to whom a test is given pursuant to NRS 484C.150 or 484C.160 is present when a peace officer receives the result of the test and the test indicates that the person has a concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.10 in his or her blood or breath, the peace officer shall:

      (a) Serve an order of suspension of the license, permit or privilege;

      (b) Seize any license or permit of the person;

      (c) Advise the person that the person has the right to:

             (1) Administrative and judicial review of the suspension; and

             (2) Have a temporary license;

      (d) If the person requests a temporary license, issue the person a temporary license on a form approved by the Department which becomes effective 24 hours after the person receives the temporary license and expires 120 hours after it becomes effective; and

      (e) Transmit to the Department:

             (1) Any license or permit seized pursuant to paragraph (b); and

             (2) The written certificate which the peace officer is required to prepare pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  If a person less than 21 years of age to whom a test is given pursuant to NRS 484C.150 or 484C.160 is not present when a peace officer receives the result of the test and the test indicates that the person has a concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.10 in his or her blood or breath, the peace officer shall transmit to the Department a copy of the result of the test and the written certificate which the peace officer is required to prepare pursuant to subsection 1.

      4.  The Department, upon receiving a copy of the result of the test and the written certificate transmitted by the peace officer pursuant to subsection 3, shall:

      (a) Review the result of the test and the written certificate; and

      (b) If the Department determines that it is appropriate, issue an order to suspend the license, permit or privilege to drive of the person by mailing the order to the person at the person’s last known address.

      5.  An order for suspension issued by the Department pursuant to subsection 4 must:

      (a) Explain the grounds for the suspension;

      (b) Indicate the period of the suspension;

      (c) Require the person to transmit to the Department any license or permit held by the person; and

      (d) Explain that the person has a right to administrative and judicial review of the suspension.

      6.  An order for suspension issued by the Department pursuant to subsection 4 is presumed to have been received by the person 5 days after the order is deposited, postage prepaid, in the United States mail by the Department. The date of mailing of the order may be shown by a certificate that is prepared by an officer or employee of the Department specifying the date of mailing.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 3044; A 1999, 2448; 2003, 2557, effective on the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State)

      NRS 483.463  Review of order of suspension issued pursuant to NRS 483.462; hearing; issuance of temporary license; affirmation or rescission of suspension; judicial review. [Effective until the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State.]

      1.  At any time during which the license, permit or privilege to drive is suspended pursuant to NRS 483.462, the person may request in writing a hearing by the Department to review the order of suspension. A person is entitled to only one administrative hearing pursuant to this section.

      2.  Unless the parties agree otherwise, the hearing must be conducted within 15 days after receipt of the request or as soon thereafter as is practicable in the county in which the requester resides.

      3.  The Administrator or an agent thereof may:

      (a) Issue subpoenas for:

             (1) The attendance of witnesses at the hearing; and

             (2) The production of relevant books and papers; and

      (b) Require a reexamination of the requester.

      4.  The scope of the hearing must be limited to the issues of whether the person, at the time of the test:

      (a) Was less than 21 years of age; and

      (b) Had a concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.08 in his or her blood or breath.

      5.  The Department shall issue the person a temporary license for a period that is sufficient to complete the administrative hearing.

      6.  Upon an affirmative finding on the issues listed in subsection 4, the Department shall affirm the order of suspension. Otherwise, the order of suspension must be rescinded.

      7.  If the order of suspension is affirmed by the Department, the person is entitled to judicial review of the issues listed in subsection 4 in the manner provided in chapter 233B of NRS.

      8.  The court shall notify the Department upon issuing a stay. Upon receiving such notice, the Department shall issue an additional temporary license for a period that is sufficient to complete the judicial review.

      9.  The hearing officer or the court shall notify the Department if the hearing officer grants a continuance of the administrative hearing or the court grants a continuance after issuing a stay of the suspension. Upon receiving such notice, the Department shall cancel any temporary license granted pursuant to this section and notify the holder by mailing an order of cancellation to the last known address of the holder.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 3046; A 1999, 2450; 2003, 2559)

      NRS 483.463  Review of order of suspension issued pursuant to NRS 483.462; hearing; issuance of temporary license; affirmation or rescission of suspension; judicial review. [Effective on the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State.]

      1.  At any time during which the license, permit or privilege to drive is suspended pursuant to NRS 483.462, the person may request in writing a hearing by the Department to review the order of suspension. A person is entitled to only one administrative hearing pursuant to this section.

      2.  Unless the parties agree otherwise, the hearing must be conducted within 15 days after receipt of the request or as soon thereafter as is practicable in the county in which the requester resides.

      3.  The Administrator or an agent thereof may:

      (a) Issue subpoenas for:

             (1) The attendance of witnesses at the hearing; and

             (2) The production of relevant books and papers; and

      (b) Require a reexamination of the requester.

      4.  The scope of the hearing must be limited to the issues of whether the person, at the time of the test:

      (a) Was less than 21 years of age; and

      (b) Had a concentration of alcohol of 0.02 or more but less than 0.10 in his or her blood or breath.

      5.  The Department shall issue the person a temporary license for a period that is sufficient to complete the administrative hearing.

      6.  Upon an affirmative finding on the issues listed in subsection 4, the Department shall affirm the order of suspension. Otherwise, the order of suspension must be rescinded.

      7.  If the order of suspension is affirmed by the Department, the person is entitled to judicial review of the issues listed in subsection 4 in the manner provided in chapter 233B of NRS.

      8.  The court shall notify the Department upon issuing a stay. Upon receiving such notice, the Department shall issue an additional temporary license for a period that is sufficient to complete the judicial review.

      9.  The hearing officer or the court shall notify the Department if the hearing officer grants a continuance of the administrative hearing or the court grants a continuance after issuing a stay of the suspension. Upon receiving such notice, the Department shall cancel any temporary license granted pursuant to this section and notify the holder by mailing an order of cancellation to the last known address of the holder.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 3046; A 1999, 2450; 2003, 2559, effective on the date of the repeal of the federal law requiring each state to make it unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or greater as a condition to receiving federal funding for the construction of highways in this State)

      NRS 483.464  Issuance of restricted license after certain period if license suspended pursuant to NRS 483.462.  After half the period during which the driver’s license of a person is suspended pursuant to NRS 483.462, the Department may issue the person a restricted driver’s license in the manner provided in subsection 1 of NRS 483.490.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 3046)

      NRS 483.465  Mandatory suspension of license when person violates promise to appear pursuant to citation: Notice; period of suspension.

      1.  If a driver who holds a Nevada driver’s license violates a written promise to appear pursuant to a citation that was prepared manually or electronically for a violation of a traffic law or ordinance occurring within this State other than one governing standing or parking, the clerk of the court shall immediately notify the Department on a form approved by the Department.

      2.  Upon receipt of notice from a court in this State of a failure to appear, the Department shall notify the driver by mail that his or her privilege to drive is subject to suspension and allow 30 days after the date of mailing the notice to:

      (a) Appear in court and obtain a dismissal of the citation or complaint as provided by law;

      (b) Appear in court and, if permitted by the court, make an arrangement acceptable to the court to satisfy a judgment of conviction; or

      (c) Make a written request to the Department for a hearing.

      3.  If notified by a court, within 30 days after the notice of a failure to appear, that a driver has been allowed to make an arrangement for the satisfaction of a judgment of conviction, the Department shall remove the suspension from the driver’s record. If the driver subsequently defaults on the arrangement with the court, the court shall notify the Department which shall immediately suspend the driver’s license until the court notifies the Department that the suspension may be removed.

      4.  The Department shall suspend the license of a driver 31 days after it mails the notice provided for in subsection 2 to the driver, unless within that time it has received a written request for a hearing from the driver or notice from the court on a form approved by the Department that the driver has appeared or the citation or complaint has been dismissed. A license so suspended remains suspended until further notice is received from the court that the driver has appeared or that the case has been otherwise disposed of as provided by law.

      (Added to NRS by 1981, 533; A 1985, 633; 1999, 1144)

      NRS 483.470  Grounds for discretionary suspension of license; notice; hearing.

      1.  The Department may suspend the license of a driver without preliminary hearing upon a showing by its records or other sufficient evidence that the licensee:

      (a) Has committed an offense for which mandatory revocation of license is required upon conviction;

      (b) Has been involved as a driver in any accident resulting in the death or personal injury of another or serious property damage;

      (c) Is physically or mentally incompetent to drive a motor vehicle;

      (d) Has permitted an unlawful or fraudulent use of his or her license;

      (e) Has committed an offense in another state which if committed in this State would be grounds for suspension or revocation; or

      (f) Has failed to comply with the conditions of issuance of a restricted license.

      2.  Upon suspending the license of any person as authorized in this section, the Department shall immediately notify the person in writing, and upon his or her request shall afford the person an opportunity for a hearing as early as practical within 20 days after receipt of the request in the county wherein the person resides unless the person and the Department agree that the hearing may be held in some other county. The Administrator, or an authorized agent thereof, may issue subpoenas for the attendance of witnesses and the production of relevant books and papers, and may require a reexamination of the licensee in connection with the hearing. Upon the hearing, the Department shall either rescind its order of suspension or, for good cause, extend the suspension of the license or revoke it.

      [34:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1955, 297]—(NRS A 1963, 845; 1967, 1375; 1969, 548; 1971, 81; 1973, 365, 1534; 1975, 133; 1981, 83, 197, 199; 1985, 1167)

      NRS 483.473  Establishment of uniform system of demerit points; schedule of demerits; assessment of points.

      1.  As used in this section, “traffic violation” means conviction of a moving traffic violation in any municipal court, justice court or district court in this State. The term includes a finding by a juvenile court that a child has violated a traffic law or ordinance other than one governing standing or parking. The term does not include a conviction or a finding by a juvenile court of a violation of the speed limit posted by a public authority under the circumstances described in subsection 1 of NRS 484B.617.

      2.  The Department shall establish a uniform system of demerit points for various traffic violations occurring within this State affecting the driving privilege of any person who holds a driver’s license issued by the Department and persons deemed to have future driving privileges pursuant to NRS 483.447. The system must be based on the accumulation of demerits during a period of 12 months.

      3.  The system must be uniform in its operation, and the Department shall set up a schedule of demerits for each traffic violation, depending upon the gravity of the violation, on a scale of one demerit point for a minor violation of any traffic law to eight demerit points for an extremely serious violation of the law governing traffic violations. If a conviction of two or more traffic violations committed on a single occasion is obtained, points must be assessed for one offense, and if the point values differ, points must be assessed for the offense having the greater point value. Details of the violation must be submitted to the Department by the court where the conviction is obtained. The Department may provide for a graduated system of demerits within each category of violations according to the extent to which the traffic law was violated.

      (Added to NRS by 1985, 1166; A 1987, 656; 1995, 2440, 2441, 2442; 1997, 2524; 2003, 1238)

      NRS 483.475  Demerit points: Cancellation for successful completion of course of traffic safety; limitations; suspension of license; cumulative period for suspension; notice; hearing.

      1.  Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, when a person who holds a driver’s license has accumulated 3 or more demerit points, but less than 12, the Department shall notify the person of this fact. If, after the Department mails the notice, the driver presents proof to the Department that he or she has successfully completed a course of traffic safety approved by the Department and a signed statement which indicates that the successful completion of the course was not required pursuant to a plea agreement, the Department shall cancel not more than 3 demerit points from the person’s driving record. If the driver accumulates 12 or more demerit points before completing the course of traffic safety, the person will not be entitled to have demerit points cancelled upon the completion of the course, but must have his or her license suspended. A person may attend a course only once in 12 months for the purpose of reducing demerit points. The 3 demerit points may only be cancelled from a driver’s record during the 12-month period immediately following the driver’s successful completion of the course of traffic safety. The provisions of this subsection do not apply to a person whose successful completion of a course of traffic safety was required pursuant to a plea agreement.

      2.  Any reduction of demerit points applies only to the demerit record of the driver and does not affect the person’s driving record with the Department or insurance record.

      3.  The Department shall use a cumulative period for the suspension of licenses pursuant to subsection 1. The periods of suspension are:

      (a) For the first accumulation of 12 demerit points during a 12-month period, 6 months. A driver whose license is suspended pursuant to this paragraph is eligible for a restricted license during the suspension.

      (b) For the second accumulation within 3 years of 12 demerit points during a 12-month period, 1 year. A driver whose license is suspended pursuant to this paragraph is eligible for a restricted license during the suspension.

      (c) For the third accumulation within 5 years of 12 demerit points during a 12-month period, 1 year. A driver whose license is suspended pursuant to this paragraph is not eligible for a restricted license during the suspension.

      4.  The Department shall suspend for 1 year the license of a driver who is convicted of a sixth traffic offense within 5 years if all six offenses have been assigned a value of four or more demerit points. A driver whose license is suspended pursuant to this subsection is not eligible for a restricted license during the suspension.

      5.  If the Department determines by its records that the license of a driver must be suspended pursuant to this section, it shall notify the driver by mail that his or her privilege to drive is subject to suspension.

      6.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 7, the Department shall suspend the license 30 days after it mails the notice required by subsection 5.

      7.  If a written request for a hearing is received by the Department:

      (a) The suspension of the license is stayed until a determination is made by the Department after the hearing.

      (b) The hearing must be held within 45 days after the request is received in the county where the driver resides unless the driver and the Department agree that the hearing may be held in some other county. The scope of the hearing must be limited to whether the records of the Department accurately reflect the driving history of the driver.

      (Added to NRS by 1985, 1166; A 2001, 920; 2003, 1238)

      NRS 483.477  Attendance at school for training drivers upon suspension.  In addition to suspending the license of a driver pursuant to NRS 483.470 and 483.475, the Department may, for good cause, require the driver to attend, at his or her own expense, a drivers’ training school approved by the Department.

      (Added to NRS by 1985, 1167)

      NRS 483.480  Department may require examination before suspension or revocation of license; no additional fee or examination for reinstatement under certain circumstances.

      1.  The Department, having good cause to believe that a licensed driver is incompetent or otherwise not qualified to be licensed, may upon written notice of at least 5 days to the licensee require the licensee to submit to an examination. Upon the conclusion of the examination, the Department shall take action as may be appropriate and may suspend or revoke the license of the person or permit the person to retain the license, or may issue a license subject to restrictions as permitted under NRS 483.360 or restrictions as to the type or class of vehicles that may be driven. Refusal or neglect of the licensee to submit to the examination is grounds for suspension or revocation of the license.

      2.  Except for the suspension of a driver’s license pursuant to subsection 3 of NRS 483.465, the Department shall not charge an additional fee or require an additional examination for the reinstatement of a revoked or suspended license if the additional fee or examination arises out of the same offense for which the license was previously revoked or suspended and the driver has previously reinstated the license after that offense.

      [35:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.34]—(NRS A 1969, 549; 1973, 126; 1985, 570; 1989, 1152; 1993, 271)

      NRS 483.490  Issuance of restricted license; penalties; period of suspension or revocation. [Effective through December 31, 2014.]

      1.  Except as otherwise provided in this section, after a driver’s license has been suspended or revoked for an offense other than a second violation within 7 years of NRS 484C.110, and one-half of the period during which the driver is not eligible for a license has expired, the Department may, unless the statute authorizing the suspension prohibits the issuance of a restricted license, issue a restricted driver’s license to an applicant permitting the applicant to drive a motor vehicle:

      (a) To and from work or in the course of his or her work, or both; or

      (b) To acquire supplies of medicine or food or receive regularly scheduled medical care for himself, herself or a member of his or her immediate family.

Ê Before a restricted license may be issued, the applicant must submit sufficient documentary evidence to satisfy the Department that a severe hardship exists because the applicant has no alternative means of transportation and that the severe hardship outweighs the risk to the public if the applicant is issued a restricted license.

      2.  A person who has been ordered to install a device in a motor vehicle pursuant to NRS 484C.460:

      (a) Shall install the device not later than 21 days after the date on which the order was issued; and

      (b) May not receive a restricted license pursuant to this section until:

             (1) After at least 1 year of the period during which the person is not eligible for a license, if the person was convicted of:

                   (I) A violation of NRS 484C.430 or a homicide resulting from driving or being in actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or a controlled substance or resulting from any other conduct prohibited by NRS 484C.110, 484C.130 or 484C.430; or

                   (II) A violation of NRS 484C.110 that is punishable as a felony pursuant to NRS 484C.410 or 484C.420;

             (2) After at least 180 days of the period during which the person is not eligible for a license, if the person was convicted of a violation of subsection 6 of NRS 484B.653; or

             (3) After at least 45 days of the period during which the person is not eligible for a license, if the person was convicted of a first violation within 7 years of NRS 484C.110.

      3.  If the Department has received a copy of an order requiring a person to install a device in a motor vehicle pursuant to NRS 484C.460, the Department shall not issue a restricted driver’s license to such a person pursuant to this section unless the applicant has submitted proof of compliance with the order and subsection 2.

      4.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 62E.630, after a driver’s license has been revoked or suspended pursuant to title 5 of NRS, the Department may issue a restricted driver’s license to an applicant permitting the applicant to drive a motor vehicle:

      (a) If applicable, to and from work or in the course of his or her work, or both; or

      (b) If applicable, to and from school.

      5.  After a driver’s license has been suspended pursuant to NRS 483.443, the Department may issue a restricted driver’s license to an applicant permitting the applicant to drive a motor vehicle:

      (a) If applicable, to and from work or in the course of his or her work, or both;

      (b) To receive regularly scheduled medical care for himself, herself or a member of his or her immediate family; or

      (c) If applicable, as necessary to exercise a court-ordered right to visit a child.

      6.  A driver who violates a condition of a restricted license issued pursuant to subsection 1 or by another jurisdiction is guilty of a misdemeanor and, if the license of the driver was suspended or revoked for:

      (a) A violation of NRS 484C.110, 484C.210 or 484C.430;

      (b) A homicide resulting from driving or being in actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or a controlled substance or resulting from any other conduct prohibited by NRS 484C.110, 484C.130 or 484C.430; or

      (c) A violation of a law of any other jurisdiction that prohibits the same or similar conduct as set forth in paragraph (a) or (b),

Ê the driver shall be punished in the manner provided pursuant to subsection 2 of NRS 483.560.

      7.  The periods of suspensions and revocations required pursuant to this chapter and NRS 484C.210 must run consecutively, except as otherwise provided in NRS 483.465 and 483.475, when the suspensions must run concurrently.

      8.  Whenever the Department suspends or revokes a license, the period of suspension, or of ineligibility for a license after the revocation, begins upon the effective date of the revocation or suspension as contained in the notice thereof.

      [36:190:1941; A 1953, 191]—(NRS A 1971, 282; 1973, 81; 1975, 200; 1977, 998; 1981, 535, 1923; 1983, 1082; 1985, 633, 1169; 1993, 2482, 2898; 1995, 731, 947, 1157, 1362, 1918, 1919, 2401, 2409; 1997, 803, 2843, 2858, 3368; 1999, 2136, 3411; 2001, 147; 2003, 1156; 2005, 134, 605; 2007, 2038; 2009, 1033; 2011, 1632; 2013, 716)

      NRS 483.490  Issuance of restricted license; penalties; period of suspension or revocation. [Effective January 1, 2015.]

      1.  Except as otherwise provided in this section, after a driver’s license has been suspended or revoked for an offense other than a second violation within 7 years of NRS 484C.110, and one-half of the period during which the driver is not eligible for a license has expired, the Department may, unless the statute authorizing the suspension prohibits the issuance of a restricted license, issue a restricted driver’s license to an applicant permitting the applicant to drive a motor vehicle:

      (a) To and from work or in the course of his or her work, or both; or

      (b) To acquire supplies of medicine or food or receive regularly scheduled medical care for himself, herself or a member of his or her immediate family.

Ê Before a restricted license may be issued, the applicant must submit sufficient documentary evidence to satisfy the Department that a severe hardship exists because the applicant has no alternative means of transportation and that the severe hardship outweighs the risk to the public if the applicant is issued a restricted license.

      2.  A person who has been ordered to install a device in a motor vehicle pursuant to NRS 484C.460:

      (a) Shall install the device not later than 21 days after the date on which the order was issued; and

      (b) May not receive a restricted license pursuant to this section until:

             (1) After at least 1 year of the period during which the person is not eligible for a license, if the person was convicted of:

                   (I) A violation of NRS 484C.430 or a homicide resulting from driving or being in actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or a controlled substance or resulting from any other conduct prohibited by NRS 484C.110, 484C.130 or 484C.430; or

                   (II) A violation of NRS 484C.110 that is punishable as a felony pursuant to NRS 484C.410 or 484C.420;

             (2) After at least 180 days of the period during which the person is not eligible for a license, if the person was convicted of a violation of subsection 6 of NRS 484B.653; or

             (3) After at least 45 days of the period during which the person is not eligible for a license, if the person was convicted of a first violation within 7 years of NRS 484C.110.

      3.  If the Department has received a copy of an order requiring a person to install a device in a motor vehicle pursuant to NRS 484C.460, the Department shall not issue a restricted driver’s license to such a person pursuant to this section unless the applicant has submitted proof of compliance with the order and subsection 2.

      4.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 62E.630, after a driver’s license has been revoked or suspended pursuant to title 5 of NRS or NRS 392.148, the Department may issue a restricted driver’s license to an applicant permitting the applicant to drive a motor vehicle:

      (a) If applicable, to and from work or in the course of his or her work, or both; or

      (b) If applicable, to and from school.

      5.  After a driver’s license has been suspended pursuant to NRS 483.443, the Department may issue a restricted driver’s license to an applicant permitting the applicant to drive a motor vehicle:

      (a) If applicable, to and from work or in the course of his or her work, or both;

      (b) To receive regularly scheduled medical care for himself, herself or a member of his or her immediate family; or

      (c) If applicable, as necessary to exercise a court-ordered right to visit a child.

      6.  A driver who violates a condition of a restricted license issued pursuant to subsection 1 or by another jurisdiction is guilty of a misdemeanor and, if the license of the driver was suspended or revoked for:

      (a) A violation of NRS 484C.110, 484C.210 or 484C.430;

      (b) A homicide resulting from driving or being in actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or a controlled substance or resulting from any other conduct prohibited by NRS 484C.110, 484C.130 or 484C.430; or

      (c) A violation of a law of any other jurisdiction that prohibits the same or similar conduct as set forth in paragraph (a) or (b),

Ê the driver shall be punished in the manner provided pursuant to subsection 2 of NRS 483.560.

      7.  The periods of suspensions and revocations required pursuant to this chapter and NRS 484C.210 must run consecutively, except as otherwise provided in NRS 483.465 and 483.475, when the suspensions must run concurrently.

      8.  Whenever the Department suspends or revokes a license, the period of suspension, or of ineligibility for a license after the revocation, begins upon the effective date of the revocation or suspension as contained in the notice thereof.

      [36:190:1941; A 1953, 191]—(NRS A 1971, 282; 1973, 81; 1975, 200; 1977, 998; 1981, 535, 1923; 1983, 1082; 1985, 633, 1169; 1993, 2482, 2898; 1995, 731, 947, 1157, 1362, 1918, 1919, 2401, 2409; 1997, 803, 2843, 2858, 3368; 1999, 2136, 3411; 2001, 147; 2003, 1156; 2005, 134, 605; 2007, 2038; 2009, 1033; 2011, 1632; 2013, 716, 2467, effective January 1, 2015)

      NRS 483.495  Tests and other requirements for reinstatement of license; waiver of tests or requirements; modification of revocation, suspension or cancellation.  The Department shall by regulation:

      1.  Except as otherwise provided in title 5 of NRS, set forth any tests and other requirements which are a condition for the reinstatement of a license after any suspension, revocation, cancellation or voluntary surrender of the license. The tests and requirements:

      (a) Must provide for a fair evaluation of a person’s ability to operate a motor vehicle; and

      (b) May allow for the waiver of certain tests or requirements as the Department deems necessary.

      2.  Set forth the circumstances under which the Administrator may, for good cause shown, rescind the revocation, suspension or cancellation of a license, or shorten the period for the suspension of a license.

      (Added to NRS by 1993, 270; A 1993, 2899; 1995, 948, 1158, 1363, 1919, 2401, 2409; 1997, 804, 2844; 1999, 1217; 2003, 1157)

      NRS 483.500  Surrender and reissuance of license upon suspension or revocation.  The Department upon suspending or revoking a license shall require that the license be surrendered to and be retained by the Department. At the end of the period of suspension or revocation an appropriate replacement license must be issued to the licensee, upon satisfactory completion of the requirements for reinstatement established by regulations of the Department adopted pursuant to NRS 483.495.

      [37:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.36]—(NRS A 1963, 846; 1973, 126; 1993, 272)

      NRS 483.505  Voluntary surrender of license; reissuance.  The Department shall by regulation establish a method to allow a driver, under circumstances specified by regulation, to surrender a driver’s license voluntarily to the Department, including conditions and procedures for reissuance of the license at the request of the driver.

      (Added to NRS by 1993, 270)

      NRS 483.510  Operation in this State under foreign license during suspension or revocation prohibited.  Any resident or nonresident whose driver’s license or right or privilege to drive a motor vehicle in this State has been suspended or revoked, as provided in NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, shall not drive a motor vehicle in this State under a license, permit or registration certificate issued by any other jurisdiction, or otherwise, during such suspension or after such revocation until a license is obtained when and as permitted under NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive.

      [38:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.37]—(NRS A 1969, 550; 1973, 165)

      NRS 483.520  Judicial review.  Any person denied a license or whose license has been cancelled, suspended or revoked by the Department is entitled to judicial review of the decision in the manner provided by chapter 233B of NRS.

      [39:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1943 NCL § 4442.38]—(NRS A 1967, 1075; 1969, 550; 1989, 1654)

      NRS 483.525  Proof of financial responsibility required for restoration of revoked license, permit or privilege; maintenance; suspension for failure to maintain.  The Department may not restore a driver’s license, permit or privilege of driving a motor vehicle in this State which has been revoked unless the person who is seeking the license, permit or privilege submits proof of financial responsibility as provided in NRS 485.307. The person shall maintain proof of financial responsibility for 3 years after the date of reinstatement of the license, permit or privilege. If the person fails to do so, the Department shall suspend his or her license, permit or privilege.

      (Added to NRS by 1981, 1923; A 1983, 1083; 1985, 1173)

Violations

      NRS 483.530  Unlawful uses of license; prohibited acts related to provision of false information or commission of fraud in connection with application for license or identification card; penalties.

      1.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, it is a misdemeanor for any person:

      (a) To display or cause or permit to be displayed or possess any cancelled, revoked, suspended, fictitious, fraudulently altered or fraudulently obtained driver’s license;

      (b) To alter, forge, substitute, counterfeit or use an unvalidated driver’s license;

      (c) To lend his or her driver’s license to any other person or knowingly permit the use thereof by another;

      (d) To display or represent as one’s own any driver’s license not issued to him or her;

      (e) To fail or refuse to surrender to the Department, a peace officer or a court upon lawful demand any driver’s license which has been suspended, revoked or cancelled;

      (f) To permit any unlawful use of a driver’s license issued to him or her;

      (g) To do any act forbidden, or fail to perform any act required, by NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive; or

      (h) To photograph, photostat, duplicate or in any way reproduce any driver’s license or facsimile thereof in such a manner that it could be mistaken for a valid license, or to display or possess any such photograph, photostat, duplicate, reproduction or facsimile unless authorized by this chapter.

      2.  Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, a person who uses a false or fictitious name in any application for a driver’s license or identification card or who knowingly makes a false statement or knowingly conceals a material fact or otherwise commits a fraud in any such application is guilty of a category E felony and shall be punished as provided in NRS 193.130. If the false statement, knowing concealment of a material fact or other commission of fraud described in this subsection relates solely to the age of a person, including, without limitation, to establish false proof of age to game, purchase alcoholic beverages or purchase cigarettes or other tobacco products, the person is guilty of a misdemeanor.

      [40:190:1941; A 1943, 268; 1943 NCL § 4442.39]—(NRS A 1963, 846; 1965, 1006; 1969, 550; 1973, 165; 1989, 555; 2003, 2466; 2005, 1217; 2013, 1994)

      NRS 483.550  Driving without valid license.

      1.  It is unlawful for any person to drive a motor vehicle upon a public street or highway in this State without being the holder of a valid driver’s license.

      2.  The court shall require any person convicted of violating this section to obtain a valid driver’s license or produce a notice of disqualification from the Department.

      [Part 20:190:1941; A 1953, 191; 1955, 65]—(NRS A 1959, 224; 1963, 846; 1967, 592; 1969, 551; 1979, 1483; 1981, 585)

      NRS 483.560  Driving while license cancelled, revoked or suspended; probation, suspended sentences and plea bargaining prohibited; exception; penalties.

      1.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, any person who drives a motor vehicle on a highway or on premises to which the public has access at a time when the person’s driver’s license has been cancelled, revoked or suspended is guilty of a misdemeanor.

      2.  Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, if the license of the person was suspended, revoked or restricted because of:

      (a) A violation of NRS 484C.110, 484C.120, 484C.210 or 484C.430;

      (b) A homicide resulting from driving or being in actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or a controlled substance or resulting from any other conduct prohibited by NRS 484C.110, 484C.130 or 484C.430; or

      (c) A violation of a law of any other jurisdiction that prohibits the same or similar conduct as set forth in paragraph (a) or (b),

Ê the person shall be punished by imprisonment in jail for not less than 30 days nor more than 6 months or by serving a term of residential confinement for not less than 60 days nor more than 6 months, and shall be further punished by a fine of not less than $500 nor more than $1,000. A person who is punished pursuant to this subsection may not be granted probation, and a sentence imposed for such a violation may not be suspended. A prosecutor may not dismiss a charge of such a violation in exchange for a plea of guilty, guilty but mentally ill or nolo contendere to a lesser charge or for any other reason, unless the prosecutor believes the charge is not supported by probable cause or cannot be proved at trial. The provisions of this subsection do not apply if the period of revocation has expired but the person has not reinstated the license.

      3.  A term of imprisonment imposed pursuant to the provisions of this section may be served intermittently at the discretion of the judge or justice of the peace. This discretion must be exercised after considering all the circumstances surrounding the offense, and the family and employment of the person convicted. However, the full term of imprisonment must be served within 6 months after the date of conviction, and any segment of time the person is imprisoned must not consist of less than 24 hours.

      4.  Jail sentences simultaneously imposed pursuant to this section and NRS 484C.320, 484C.330, 484C.400, 484C.410 or 484C.420 must run consecutively.

      5.  If the Department receives a record of the conviction or punishment of any person pursuant to this section upon a charge of driving a vehicle while the person’s license was:

      (a) Suspended, the Department shall extend the period of the suspension for an additional like period.

      (b) Revoked, the Department shall extend the period of ineligibility for a license, permit or privilege to drive for an additional 1 year.

      (c) Restricted, the Department shall revoke the restricted license and extend the period of ineligibility for a license, permit or privilege to drive for an additional 1 year.

      (d) Suspended or cancelled for an indefinite period, the Department shall suspend the license for an additional 6 months for the first violation and an additional 1 year for each subsequent violation.

      6.  Suspensions and revocations imposed pursuant to this section must run consecutively.

      [Part 20:190:1941; A 1953, 191; 1955, 65] + [Part 42:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.41]—(NRS A 1967, 593, 1261; 1969, 551; 1973, 1276; 1981, 535, 1923; 1983, 1083; 1989, 1153; 1993, 113, 2265; 1995, 261, 2470; 1997, 1743; 1999, 3412; 2003, 1489; 2005, 135; 2007, 1449, 2789)

      NRS 483.570  Driving when privilege as nonresident cancelled, suspended or revoked.  No person whose driving privilege as a nonresident has been cancelled, suspended or revoked, as provided in NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, shall drive any motor vehicle upon the highways of this State while such privilege is cancelled, suspended or revoked.

      [Part 42:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.41]—(NRS A 1969, 551)

      NRS 483.580  Permitting unauthorized minor to drive. [Effective through December 31, 2014.]  A person shall not cause or knowingly permit his or her child or ward under the age of 18 years to drive a motor vehicle upon any highway when the minor is not authorized under the provisions of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, or is in violation of any of the provisions of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, or if the minor’s license is revoked or suspended pursuant to title 5 of NRS.

      [43:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.42]—(NRS A 1969, 552; 1993, 2899; 1995, 1158, 1363, 1919, 2401; 1997, 805, 2844; 2003, 1158)

      NRS 483.580  Permitting unauthorized minor to drive. [Effective January 1, 2015.]  A person shall not cause or knowingly permit his or her child or ward under the age of 18 years to drive a motor vehicle upon any highway when the minor is not authorized under the provisions of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, or is in violation of any of the provisions of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, or if the minor’s license is revoked or suspended pursuant to title 5 of NRS or NRS 392.148.

      [43:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.42]—(NRS A 1969, 552; 1993, 2899; 1995, 1158, 1363, 1919, 2401; 1997, 805, 2844; 2003, 1158; 2013, 2469, effective January 1, 2015)

      NRS 483.590  Permitting unauthorized person to drive.  No person shall authorize or knowingly permit a motor vehicle owned by the person or under his or her control to be driven upon any highway by any person who is not authorized under NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, or in violation of any of the provisions of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive.

      [44:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.43]—(NRS A 1969, 552)

      NRS 483.600  Employing unlicensed driver.  No person shall employ as a driver of a motor vehicle any person not then licensed as provided in NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive.

      [45:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.44]—(NRS A 1969, 552)

      NRS 483.610  Renting motor vehicle to another: Conditions.

      1.  No person shall rent a motor vehicle to any other person unless the latter person is then duly licensed under NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, or, in the case of a nonresident, then duly licensed under the laws of the state or country of his or her residence except a nonresident whose home state or country does not require that a driver be licensed.

      2.  No person shall rent a motor vehicle to another until the person has inspected the driver’s license of the person to whom the vehicle is to be rented and compared and verified the signature thereon with the signature of such person written in his or her presence.

      3.  Every person renting a motor vehicle to another shall keep a record of the registration number of the motor vehicle so rented, the name and address of the person to whom the vehicle is rented, the number of the license of the latter person and the date and place when and where the license was issued. Such record shall be open to inspection by any police officer or officer of the Department.

      [46:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.45]—(NRS A 1969, 552)

Penalties

      NRS 483.620  Violation not declared to be felony is misdemeanor.  It is a misdemeanor for any person to violate any of the provisions of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, unless such violation is, by NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, or other law of this State, declared to be a felony.

      [47:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.46]—(NRS A 1967, 593; 1969, 552; 1997, 1524; 2005, 1218, 2309; 2011, 2874; 2013, 1298, 1995)

Construction

      NRS 483.630  Uniformity of interpretation.  NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive, shall be so interpreted and construed as to effectuate their general purpose to make uniform the law of those states which enact them.

      [48:190:1941; 1931 NCL § 4442.47]—(NRS A 1969, 552; 2005, 1218)

INTERSTATE AGREEMENTS

      NRS 483.635  Authority of Department to enter into agreement to facilitate exchange of information concerning drivers’ licenses and driving records; regulations.

      1.  The Department may enter into an agreement with another state to facilitate the exchange of information concerning the issuance, renewal, suspension or revocation of drivers’ licenses and to ensure that each driver possesses only one license and driving record.

      2.  The Department shall adopt regulations necessary to carry out any such agreement.

      (Added to NRS by 2001, 920)

DRIVING SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTORS

      NRS 483.700  License required.  No person may operate a school for training drivers, or engage in the business of giving instruction for hire in driving motor vehicles or in the preparation of an applicant for an examination given by the Department for a driver’s license, unless the person has secured a license therefor from the Department as provided in NRS 483.700 to 483.780, inclusive.

      (Added to NRS by 1961, 76; A 1985, 1939; 1997, 2076)

      NRS 483.710  Requirements for licensure as operator of school.  An applicant for a license to operate a school for training drivers must:

      1.  Be of good moral character.

      2.  Maintain an established place of business:

      (a) That is open to the public;

      (b) That is not within 200 feet of any building used by the Department as an office; and

      (c) Where the records of the school are maintained.

      3.  Have the equipment necessary to give proper instruction in the operation of motor vehicles.

      4.  Be 21 years of age or older.

      5.  Have at least 100 hours of experience as an instructor operating vehicles with pupils at a school for training drivers, if the school for which the applicant is applying for a license will provide that training to pupils enrolled at the school.

      6.  File with the Department a surety bond in the amount of $10,000 to the Department, executed by the applicant as principal with a corporation authorized to transact surety business in this State as surety. The bond must be continuous in form and conditioned that the operator conduct the business of the school as an instructional institution without fraud or fraudulent representation. Upon application by an operator, the Department may reduce the amount of the bond required to an amount not less than $5,000 if the operator has satisfactorily conducted the school for the 5 years immediately preceding the application for reduction.

      (Added to NRS by 1961, 76; A 1963, 847; 1969, 1047; 1985, 571, 1939; 1999, 1924; 2001, 921)

      NRS 483.720  Requirements for licensure as instructor for school.  An applicant for a license as an instructor for a school for training drivers must:

      1.  Be of good moral character;

      2.  Pass such examination as the Department may require on traffic laws, safe driving practices and operation of motor vehicles;

      3.  Be physically able to operate a motor vehicle safely and train others in the operation of motor vehicles;

      4.  Hold a valid Nevada driver’s license; and

      5.  Be 21 years of age or older.

      (Added to NRS by 1961, 77; A 1963, 847; 1969, 1048; 1985, 1940; 2001, 922)

      NRS 483.7205  Applicant for licensure as operator of school or instructor for school: Submission of fingerprints; payment of fee.  An applicant for a license to operate a school for training drivers or a license as an instructor for a school for training drivers must submit to the Department:

      1.  A complete set of fingerprints and written permission authorizing the Department to forward those fingerprints to the Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History for submission to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for its report; and

      2.  The fee established by the Department for processing the fingerprints of the applicant. The fee must not exceed the total amount charged by the Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History and the Federal Bureau of Investigation for processing the fingerprints of the applicant.

      (Added to NRS by 2001, 920)

      NRS 483.721  Application for licensure as instructor for school to include social security number. [Effective until the date of the repeal of 42 U.S.C. § 666, the federal law requiring each state to establish procedures for withholding, suspending and restricting the professional, occupational and recreational licenses for child support arrearages and for noncompliance with certain processes relating to paternity or child support proceedings.]  An application for the issuance of a license as an instructor for a school for training drivers must include the social security number of the applicant.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 2075)

      NRS 483.722  Payment of child support: Statement by applicant for licensure as instructor for school; grounds for denial of license; duty of Department. [Effective until the date of the repeal of 42 U.S.C. § 666, the federal law requiring each state to establish procedures for withholding, suspending and restricting the professional, occupational and recreational licenses for child support arrearages and for noncompliance with certain processes relating to paternity or child support proceedings.]

      1.  An applicant for the issuance or renewal of a license as an instructor for a school for training drivers shall submit to the Department the statement prescribed by the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services of the Department of Health and Human Services pursuant to NRS 425.520. The statement must be completed and signed by the applicant.

      2.  The Department shall include the statement required pursuant to subsection 1 in:

      (a) The application or any other forms that must be submitted for the issuance or renewal of the license; or

      (b) A separate form prescribed by the Department.

      3.  A license as an instructor for a school for training drivers may not be issued or renewed by the Department if the applicant:

      (a) Fails to submit the statement required pursuant to subsection 1; or

      (b) Indicates on the statement submitted pursuant to subsection 1 that the applicant is subject to a court order for the support of a child and is not in compliance with the order or a plan approved by the district attorney or other public agency enforcing the order for the repayment of the amount owed pursuant to the order.

      4.  If an applicant indicates on the statement submitted pursuant to subsection 1 that the applicant is subject to a court order for the support of a child and is not in compliance with the order or a plan approved by the district attorney or other public agency enforcing the order for the repayment of the amount owed pursuant to the order, the Department shall advise the applicant to contact the district attorney or other public agency enforcing the order to determine the actions that the applicant may take to satisfy the arrearage.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 2074)

      NRS 483.723  Minimum age for training; exceptions.  A school for training drivers may not offer or provide training to a person whose age is less than 15 years unless the person has been issued:

      1.  A restricted license pursuant to the provisions of NRS 483.267 or 483.270; or

      2.  A restricted instruction permit pursuant to the provisions of subsection 3 of NRS 483.280.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 1520; A 1999, 1925)

      NRS 483.725  Courses of training: Required topics of instruction; use of communications technology for interactive instruction and testing; regulations.

      1.  Each course of training provided by a school for training drivers licensed pursuant to NRS 483.700 to 483.780, inclusive, must include, without limitation, instruction in:

      (a) Motor vehicle insurance.

      (b) The effect of drugs and alcohol on an operator of a motor vehicle.

      2.  If a course of training provided by a school for training drivers licensed pursuant to NRS 483.700 to 483.780, inclusive, consists in whole or in part of classroom instruction, that part of the course which consists of classroom instruction may be taught interactively through the use of communications technology so that persons taking the course need not be physically present in a classroom.

      3.  The Department shall adopt regulations to carry out the provisions of subsection 2. The regulations must include, without limitation:

      (a) Provisions for the licensing and operation of interactive courses that use communications technology;

      (b) Provisions to ensure that interactive courses which use communications technology are secure, reliable and include measures for testing and security that are at least as secure as the measures for testing and security which would be available in an ordinary classroom; and

      (c) Standards to ensure that interactive courses which use communications technology offer a curriculum that is at least as stringent as the curriculum which would be available in an ordinary classroom.

      4.  As used in this section, “communications technology” means any method or component, or both, that is used by a school for training drivers licensed pursuant to NRS 483.700 to 483.780, inclusive, to carry out or facilitate the transmission of information, including, without limitation, the transmission and reception of information by:

      (a) Systems based on the following technologies:

             (1) Video;

             (2) Wire;

             (3) Cable;

             (4) Radio;

             (5) Microwave;

             (6) Light; or

             (7) Optics; and

      (b) Computer data networks, including, without limitation, the Internet or its successor, if any, and intranet services.

      (Added to NRS by 1995, 1748; A 1997, 1524; 2001 Special Session, 273)

      NRS 483.730  Licenses: Issuance; term; renewal; training; exception.

      1.  The Department shall issue a license to operate a school for training drivers or to act as an instructor for such a school, if the Department is satisfied that the applicant has met the qualifications required by NRS 483.700 to 483.780, inclusive.

      2.  The license is valid for 1 year after the date of issuance, unless cancelled, suspended or revoked by the Department and, except as otherwise provided in subsection 3, may be renewed subject to the same conditions as the original license, except that an operator of or instructor for a school for training drivers is not required to comply with the provisions of NRS 483.7205 for the renewal of his or her license.

      3.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 4, the Department may renew the license of an instructor of a school for training drivers if, when the instructor submits an application for the renewal of the license, the instructor provides evidence satisfactory to the Department that, during the period of the license, he or she completed training of a type and in an amount prescribed by the Department by regulation.

      4.  The provisions of subsection 3 do not apply to an instructor who provides instruction solely to applicants for commercial drivers’ licenses.

      (Added to NRS by 1961, 77; A 1971, 579; 1985, 1940; 1997, 2077; 1999, 1925; 2001, 922, 1606; 2001 Special Session, 273; 2003, 320; 2007, 3222)

      NRS 483.740  Liability insurance.

      1.  A person operating a school for training drivers shall maintain liability insurance on motor vehicles used in driving instruction, insuring the liability of the driving school, the driving instructor and any person taking instruction, in at least the following amounts:

      (a) For bodily injury to or death of one person in any one accident, $100,000;

      (b) For bodily injury to or death of two or more persons in any one accident, $300,000; and

      (c) For damage to property of others in any one accident, $50,000.

      2.  Evidence of the insurance coverage in the form of a certificate from the insurance carrier must be filed with the Department. The certificate must stipulate that the insurance may not be cancelled except upon 10 days’ written notice to the Department.

      (Added to NRS by 1961, 77; A 1985, 1940; 1999, 1926)

      NRS 483.745  Inspection of vehicles: Frequency; results to be provided to Department within certain period; Department to adopt certain regulations; results thereof to be maintained for certain period.

      1.  A school for training drivers or a third-party certifier provided for by regulation shall ensure that each vehicle used for training drivers and operated on a highway is inspected annually.

      2.  The school for training drivers or the third-party certifier shall provide to the Department, within 30 days of the inspection or by December 31 of each calendar year, whichever comes first, the results of the inspection regarding the safety and road worthiness of the vehicles inspected pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  The Department shall adopt regulations setting forth:

      (a) The persons qualified to conduct the inspection; and

      (b) The standards with which the inspection must comply.

      4.  The owner of the school for training drivers or the third-party certifier shall maintain a copy of the results of the inspection at his or her principal place of business for 3 years after the inspection is completed.

      (Added to NRS by 2007, 3222)

      NRS 483.750  Maintenance of vehicles.  A holder of a license to operate a driver training school shall maintain all vehicles used in driver training in safe mechanical condition at all times.

      (Added to NRS by 1961, 77)

      NRS 483.760  Grounds for cancellation, revocation or suspension of license.  The Department may cancel, suspend, revoke or refuse to renew any license granted pursuant to NRS 483.700 to 483.780, inclusive:

      1.  If the licensee permits fraud or engages in fraudulent practices either with reference to the applicant or the Department or induces or countenances fraud or fraudulent practices on the part of any applicant for driver’s license.

      2.  If the licensee fails to comply with any of the provisions of NRS 483.700 to 483.780, inclusive, or any of the regulations or requirements of the Department made pursuant thereto.

      3.  If the licensee or any employee or agent of the licensee solicits persons for enrollment in a school for training drivers in an office of the Department or within 200 feet of any such office.

      4.  If the licensee or any employee or agent of the licensee follows the identical course of training which is used by the Department in giving an examination for a driver’s license.

      (Added to NRS by 1961, 77; A 1971, 580; 1985, 1940)

      NRS 483.765  Suspension of license as instructor for school for failure to pay child support or comply with certain subpoenas or warrants; reinstatement of license. [Effective until the date of the repeal of 42 U.S.C. § 666, the federal law requiring each state to establish procedures for withholding, suspending and restricting the professional, occupational and recreational licenses for child support arrearages and for noncompliance with certain processes relating to paternity or child support proceedings.]

      1.  If the Department receives a copy of a court order issued pursuant to NRS 425.540 that provides for the suspension of all professional, occupational and recreational licenses, certificates and permits issued to a person who is the holder of a license as an instructor for a school for training drivers, the Department shall deem the license issued to that person to be suspended at the end of the 30th day after the date on which the court order was issued unless the Department receives a letter issued to the holder of the license by the district attorney or other public agency pursuant to NRS 425.550 stating that the holder of the license has complied with the subpoena or warrant or has satisfied the arrearage pursuant to NRS 425.560.

      2.  The Department shall reinstate a license as an instructor for a school for training drivers that has been suspended by a district court pursuant to NRS 425.540 if the Department receives a letter issued by the district attorney or other public agency pursuant to NRS 425.550 to the person whose license was suspended stating that the person whose license was suspended has complied with the subpoena or warrant or has satisfied the arrearage pursuant to NRS 425.560.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 2075)

      NRS 483.767  Administrative fines; opportunity for hearing; disposition of fines collected; injunctions and other remedies.

      1.  The Department may impose an administrative fine, not to exceed $2,500, for a violation of any provision of NRS 483.700 to 483.780, inclusive, or any rule, regulation or order adopted or issued pursuant thereto. The Department shall afford to any person so fined an opportunity for a hearing pursuant to the provisions of NRS 233B.121.

      2.  All administrative fines collected by the Department pursuant to subsection 1 must be deposited with the State Treasurer to the credit of the State Highway Fund.

      3.  In addition to any other remedy provided by NRS 483.700 to 483.780, inclusive, the Department may compel compliance with any provision of NRS 483.700 to 483.780, inclusive, and any rule, regulation or order adopted or issued pursuant thereto, by injunction or other appropriate remedy and the Department may institute and maintain in the name of the State of Nevada any such enforcement proceedings.

      (Added to NRS by 2007, 3222)

      NRS 483.770  Exemptions.  The provisions of NRS 483.700 to 483.780, inclusive, do not apply to:

      1.  Public schools or educational institutions in which driving instruction is part of the curriculum.

      2.  Automobile dealers or their salespersons giving instruction without charge to purchasers of motor vehicles.

      3.  Employers giving instruction to their employees.

      (Added to NRS by 1961, 78)

      NRS 483.780  Fees.  The Department shall charge annually the following fees for licenses issued pursuant to the provisions of NRS 483.700 to 483.780, inclusive:

 

License for a school for training drivers............................................................. $50

License for a driving instructor............................................................................... 10

License for a school, an agency or a business that provides an educational course on the abuse of alcohol and controlled substances......................................................................................................... 250

License for an instructor of an educational course on the abuse of alcohol and controlled substances               50

License for a school for traffic safety................................................................ 250

License for an instructor of traffic safety............................................................ 50

 

      (Added to NRS by 1961, 78; A 1985, 1941; 1991, 1908)

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO PUPILS FOR AUTOMOBILE DRIVER EDUCATION

      NRS 483.785  Department authorized to accept gifts and grants of money to provide financial assistance to certain pupils for automobile drivers’ education; regulations.

      1.  The Department may accept gifts and grants of money to provide grants of money to pupils who are less than 18 years of age and who need financial assistance to pay:

      (a) If a pupil is enrolled in a public school that provides instruction in automobile education, a laboratory fee required pursuant to NRS 389.100.

      (b) If a pupil is enrolled in a public school that does not provide instruction in automobile education, the costs and fees of a course provided by a school for training drivers that is licensed pursuant to NRS 483.700 to 483.780, inclusive, and that complies with the applicable regulations governing the establishment, conduct and scope of automobile drivers’ education adopted by the State Board of Education pursuant to NRS 389.090.

      2.  The Department may, in consultation with the State Board of Education, adopt regulations to carry out the provisions of this section, including, without limitation, the:

      (a) Procedure by which a person may apply for a grant of money from the Department;

      (b) Criteria that the Department will consider in determining whether to award a grant of money; and

      (c) Procedure by which the Department will distribute the money it receives pursuant to subsection 1.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 1520)

REGISTRY OF PERSONS WHO ARE BLIND OR VISUALLY IMPAIRED

      NRS 483.790  Definitions.  As used in NRS 483.800:

      1.  “Person who is blind” means any person whose visual acuity with correcting lenses does not exceed 20/200 in the better eye, or whose vision in the better eye is restricted to a field which subtends an angle of not greater than 20°.

      2.  “Person who is night-blind” means a person afflicted with nyctalopia.

      3.  “Person who is severely visually impaired” means any person whose visual acuity with correcting lenses does not exceed 20/70 in the better eye, or whose vision in the better eye is restricted to a field which subtends an angle of not greater than 30°, or whose vision is impaired to such an extent that it materially limits, contributes to limiting or, if not corrected, will probably result in limiting the individual’s activities of functioning.

      (Added to NRS by 1973, 1522)

      NRS 483.800  Information to be furnished to Department; establishment of registry; regulations; maintenance of file; confidentiality; exception; penalty.

      1.  The following sources shall submit, within 30 days after learning such information, to the Department the name, address, birth date, social security number, visual acuity and any other information which may be required by regulation of the Department, of persons who are blind or night-blind or whose vision is severely impaired and shall designate whether the person is blind, night-blind or has severely impaired vision:

      (a) Hospitals, medical clinics and similar institutions which treat persons who are blind, night-blind or whose vision is severely impaired; and

      (b) Agencies of the State and political subdivisions which provide special tax consideration for blindness.

      2.  When any source described in subsection 1 learns that vision has been restored to any person whose name appears in the registry established pursuant to subsection 3, the fact of restoration of vision must be reported to the registry within 30 days after learning of that fact.

      3.  The Department may establish a registry for the purposes of this section and adopt regulations governing reports to and operation of the registry.

      4.  The Department shall maintain a file of the names, addresses, birth dates and social security numbers of persons who are blind or night-blind or whose vision is severely impaired.

      5.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 239.0115, all information learned by the Department pursuant to this section is confidential and any person who, without the consent of the person concerned, reveals that information for purposes other than those specified in this section, or other than for administration of the Program for Supplemental Security Income, including State Supplementary Assistance pursuant to chapter 422 or 422A of NRS, or services to persons who are blind pursuant to NRS 426.518 to 426.610, inclusive, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

      (Added to NRS by 1973, 1522; A 1975, 1013; 1981, 1912; 1985, 1941; 1993, 2068; 2005, 630; 2005, 22nd Special Session, 62; 2007, 2116)

IDENTIFICATION CARDS FOR PERSONS WITHOUT DRIVERS’ LICENSES

      NRS 483.810  Legislative findings and declaration.  The Legislature finds and declares that:

      1.  A need exists in this State for the creation of a system of identification for:

      (a) Residents who are 10 years of age or older and who do not hold a valid driver’s license or identification card from any state or jurisdiction; and

      (b) Seasonal residents who are 10 years of age or older and who do not hold a valid Nevada driver’s license.

      2.  To serve this purpose, official identification cards must be prepared for issuance to those residents and seasonal residents who are 10 years of age or older and who apply and qualify for them. The cards must be designed in such form and distributed pursuant to such controls that they will merit the general acceptability of drivers’ licenses for personal identification.

      (Added to NRS by 1975, 785; A 1979, 301; 1997, 1385, 2987; 1999, 437)

      NRS 483.820  Persons entitled to card; fees. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]

      1.  A person who applies for an identification card in accordance with the provisions of NRS 483.810 to 483.890, inclusive, and who is not ineligible to receive an identification card pursuant to NRS 483.861, is entitled to receive an identification card if the person is:

      (a) A resident of this State and is 10 years of age or older and does not hold a valid driver’s license or identification card from any state or jurisdiction; or

      (b) A seasonal resident who does not hold a valid Nevada driver’s license.

      2.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 483.825, the Department shall charge and collect the following fees for the issuance of an original, duplicate or changed identification card:

 

An original or duplicate identification card issued to a person 65 years of age or older           $4

An original or duplicate identification card issued to a person under 18 years of age              3

A renewal of an identification card for a person under 18 years of age........... 3

An original or duplicate identification card issued to any other person............ 9

A renewal of an identification card for any person at least 18 years of age, but less than 65 years of age         9

A new photograph or change of name, or both..................................................... 4

 

      3.  The Department shall not charge a fee for:

      (a) An identification card issued to a person who has voluntarily surrendered his or her driver’s license pursuant to NRS 483.420; or

      (b) A renewal of an identification card for a person 65 years of age or older.

      4.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 483.825, the increase in fees authorized in NRS 483.347 must be paid in addition to the fees charged pursuant to this section.

      5.  As used in this section, “photograph” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 483.125.

      (Added to NRS by 1975, 785; A 1979, 301; 1985, 1942; 1991, 1909; 1997, 1385, 2988; 1999, 437, 1110; 2001, 2826; 2003, 1239; 2005, 1218, 2888; 2009, 714)

      NRS 483.820  Persons entitled to card; fees. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

      1.  A person who applies for an identification card in accordance with the provisions of NRS 483.810 to 483.890, inclusive, and who is not ineligible to receive an identification card pursuant to NRS 483.861, is entitled to receive an identification card if the person is:

      (a) A resident of this State and is 10 years of age or older and does not hold a valid driver’s license or identification card from any state or jurisdiction; or

      (b) A seasonal resident who does not hold a valid Nevada driver’s license.

      2.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 483.825, the Department shall charge and collect the following fees for the issuance of an original, duplicate or changed identification card:

 

An original or duplicate identification card issued to a person 65 years of age or older           $4

An original or duplicate identification card issued to a person under 18 years of age which expires on the eighth anniversary of the person’s birthday...................................................................................... 6

A renewal of an identification card for a person under 18 years of age which expires on the eighth anniversary of the person’s birthday.................................................................................................. 6

An original or duplicate identification card issued to a person under 18 years of age which expires on or before the fourth anniversary of the person’s birthday................................................................ 3

A renewal of an identification card for a person under 18 years of age which expires on or before the fourth anniversary of the person’s birthday........................................................................................... 3

An original or duplicate identification card issued to any person at least 18 years of age, but less than 65 years of age, which expires on the eighth anniversary of the person’s birthday........................ 18

A renewal of an identification card for any person at least 18 years of age, but less than 65 years of age, which expires on the eighth anniversary of the person’s birthday........................................... 18

An original or duplicate identification card issued to any person at least 18 years of age, but less than 65 years of age, which expires on or before the fourth anniversary of the person’s birthday........ 9

A renewal of an identification card for any person at least 18 years of age, but less than 65 years of age, which expires on or before the fourth anniversary of the person’s birthday................................ 9

A new photograph or change of name, or both..................................................... 4

 

      3.  The Department shall not charge a fee for:

      (a) An identification card issued to a person who has voluntarily surrendered his or her driver’s license pursuant to NRS 483.420; or

      (b) A renewal of an identification card for a person 65 years of age or older.

      4.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 483.825, the increase in fees authorized in NRS 483.347 must be paid in addition to the fees charged pursuant to this section.

      5.  As used in this section, “photograph” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 483.125.

      (Added to NRS by 1975, 785; A 1979, 301; 1985, 1942; 1991, 1909; 1997, 1385, 2988; 1999, 437, 1110; 2001, 2826; 2003, 1239; 2005, 1218, 2888; 2009, 714; 2013, 1243, effective January 1, 2014)

      NRS 483.825  One-time waiver of fees to furnish duplicate card to homeless person or person recently released from prison; exception; acceptance of gifts, grants and donations.

      1.  The Department shall waive the fee prescribed by NRS 483.820 and the increase in the fee required by NRS 483.347 not more than one time for furnishing a duplicate identification card to:

      (a) A homeless person who submits a signed affidavit on a form prescribed by the Department stating that the person is homeless.

      (b) A person who submits documentation from the Department of Corrections verifying that the person was released from prison within the immediately preceding 90 days.

      2.  A vendor that has entered into an agreement with the Department to produce photographs for identification cards pursuant to NRS 483.347 may waive the cost it charges the Department to produce the photograph of a homeless person or person released from prison for a duplicate identification card.

      3.  If the vendor does not waive pursuant to subsection 2 the cost it charges the Department and the Department has waived the increase in the fee required by NRS 483.347 for a duplicate identification card furnished to a person pursuant to subsection 1, the person shall reimburse the Department in an amount equal to the increase in the fee required by NRS 483.347 if the person:

      (a) Applies to the Department for the renewal of his or her identification card; and

      (b) Is employed at the time of such application.

      4.  The Department may accept gifts, grants and donations of money to fund the provision of duplicate identification cards without a fee to persons pursuant to subsection 1.

      5.  As used in this section, “photograph” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 483.125.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 1215; A 2011, 2605)

      NRS 483.830  Duties of Director.  The Director shall:

      1.  Prepare suitable identification cards.

      2.  Prepare and furnish application forms for those cards.

      3.  Receive applications, grant or deny them and maintain files of applications.

      4.  Issue identification cards, recall and cancel cards when necessary and maintain records adequate to preserve the integrity of the system for identification cards.

      (Added to NRS by 1975, 785; A 1985, 1942)

      NRS 483.840  Form and effect of card; Department to adopt regulations prescribing contents of card; duties of Department concerning anatomical gifts and indicia of medical condition; Anatomical Gift Account; donor registry.

      1.  The form of the identification cards must be similar to that of drivers’ licenses but distinguishable in color or otherwise.

      2.  Identification cards do not authorize the operation of any motor vehicles.

      3.  The Department shall adopt regulations prescribing the information that must be contained on an identification card.

      4.  At the time of the issuance or renewal of the identification card, the Department shall:

      (a) Give the holder the opportunity to have indicated on his or her identification card that the holder wishes to be a donor of all or part of his or her body pursuant to NRS 451.500 to 451.598, inclusive, or to refuse to make an anatomical gift of his or her body or part thereof.

      (b) Give the holder the opportunity to indicate whether he or she wishes to donate $1 or more to the Anatomical Gift Account created by NRS 460.150.

      (c) Provide to each holder who is interested in becoming a donor information relating to anatomical gifts, including the procedure for registering as a donor with the donor registry with which the Department has entered into a contract pursuant to this paragraph. To carry out this paragraph, the Department shall, on such terms as it deems appropriate, enter into a contract with a donor registry that is in compliance with the provisions of NRS 451.500 to 451.598, inclusive.

      (d) If the Department has established a program for imprinting a symbol or other indicator of a medical condition on an identification card pursuant to NRS 483.863, give the holder the opportunity to have a symbol or other indicator of a medical condition imprinted on his or her identification card.

      5.  If the holder wishes to make a donation to the Anatomical Gift Account, the Department shall collect the donation and deposit the money collected in the State Treasury for credit to the Anatomical Gift Account.

      6.  The Department shall submit to the donor registry with which the Department has entered into a contract pursuant to paragraph (c) of subsection 4 information from the records of the Department relating to persons who have identification cards issued by the Department that indicate the intention of those persons to make an anatomical gift. The Department shall adopt regulations to carry out the provisions of this subsection.

      (Added to NRS by 1975, 785; A 1977, 450; 1979, 301; 1989, 438, 476; 1991, 488, 2172; 1997, 839, 2988; 1999, 425, 1111; 2001, 683, 1502; 2003, 831, 1240; 2005, 244, 245, 2315; 2007, 797, 2790)

      NRS 483.850  Application for card; required contents; duties of applicant; registration to vote; surrender of driver’s license or identification card issued by another state or jurisdiction.

      1.  Every application for an identification card must be made upon a form provided by the Department and include, without limitation:

      (a) The applicant’s:

             (1) Full legal name.

             (2) Date of birth.

             (3) State of legal residence.

             (4) Current address of principal residence and mailing address, if different from his or her address of principal residence, in this State, unless the applicant is on active duty in the military service of the United States.

      (b) A statement from:

             (1) A resident stating that he or she does not hold a valid driver’s license or identification card from any state or jurisdiction; or

             (2) A seasonal resident stating that he or she does not hold a valid Nevada driver’s license.

      2.  When the form is completed, the applicant must sign the form and verify the contents before a person authorized to administer oaths.

      3.  An applicant who has been issued a social security number must provide to the Department for inspection:

      (a) An original card issued to the applicant by the Social Security Administration bearing the social security number of the applicant; or

      (b) Other proof acceptable to the Department bearing the social security number of the applicant, including, without limitation, records of employment or federal income tax returns.

      4.  At the time of applying for an identification card, an applicant may, if eligible, register to vote pursuant to NRS 293.524.

      5.  A person who possesses a driver’s license or identification card issued by another state or jurisdiction who wishes to apply for an identification card pursuant to this section shall surrender to the Department the driver’s license or identification card issued by the other state or jurisdiction at the time the person applies for an identification card pursuant to this section.

      (Added to NRS by 1975, 786; A 1985, 1942; 1987, 2147; 1989, 1874; 1993, 2846; 1997, 1386, 2989; 1999, 437; 2003, 470; 2007, 2791)

      NRS 483.852  Declaration of status as veteran: Inquiry by Department upon application for card; provision of evidence by applicant; counting and maintenance by Department; quarterly compilation and transmission of aggregate number of declarations to Department of Veterans Services. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]

      1.  When a person applies to the Department for an identification card pursuant to NRS 483.850, the Department shall inquire whether the person desires to declare that he or she is a veteran of the Armed Forces of the United States.

      2.  If the person desires to declare pursuant to subsection 1 that he or she is a veteran of the Armed Forces of the United States, the person shall provide evidence satisfactory to the Department that he or she has been honorably discharged from the Armed Forces of the United States.

      3.  If the person declares pursuant to subsection 1 that he or she is a veteran of the Armed Forces of the United States, the Department shall count the declaration and maintain it only numerically in a record kept by the Department for that purpose.

      4.  The Department shall, at least once each quarter:

      (a) Compile the aggregate number of persons who have, during the immediately preceding quarter, declared pursuant to subsection 1 that they are veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States; and

      (b) Transmit that number to the Department of Veterans Services to be used for statistical purposes.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 2064; A 2013, 2520)

      NRS 483.852  Declaration of status as veteran: Inquiry by Department upon application for card; provision of evidence by applicant; required documentation for designation of status on card; monthly compilation and transmission to Department of Veterans Services of list of persons who have declared status. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

      1.  When a person applies to the Department for the initial issuance of an identification card pursuant to NRS 483.850 or the renewal of an identification card pursuant to NRS 483.875, the Department shall inquire whether the person desires to declare that he or she is a veteran of the Armed Forces of the United States.

      2.  If the person desires to declare pursuant to subsection 1 that he or she is a veteran of the Armed Forces of the United States, the person shall provide:

      (a) Evidence satisfactory to the Department that he or she has been honorably discharged from the Armed Forces of the United States; and

      (b) A written release authorizing the Department of Motor Vehicles to provide to the Department of Veterans Services personal information about the person, which release must be signed by the person and in a form required by the Director pursuant to NRS 481.063.

      3.  In addition to the declaration described in subsection 1, a person who is a veteran of the Armed Forces of the United States and who wishes to have placed on his or her identification card a designation that he or she is a veteran, as described in NRS 483.853, must:

      (a) If applying for the initial issuance of an identification card, appear in person at an office of the Department and submit a copy of his or her DD Form 214, “Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty,” issued by the United States Department of Defense, indicating that the person has been honorably discharged from the Armed Forces of the United States.

      (b) If applying for the renewal of an identification card upon which a designation that the person is a veteran:

             (1) Is not placed, submit by mail or in person a copy of his or her DD Form 214, “Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty,” issued by the United States Department of Defense, indicating that the person has been honorably discharged from the Armed Forces of the United States.

             (2) Is placed, submit by mail, in person or by other means authorized by the Department a statement that the person wishes the identification card to continue to designate that the person is a veteran.

      4.  The Department shall, at least once each month:

      (a) Compile a list of persons who have, during the immediately preceding month, declared pursuant to subsection 1 that they are veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States; and

      (b) Transmit that list to the Department of Veterans Services to be used for statistical and communication purposes.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 2064; A 2013, 1995, 2520, effective January 1, 2014)

      NRS 483.853  Designation of veteran status on card; duties of Department. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

      1.  Upon the application of a person who requests that his or her identification card indicate that he or she is a veteran of the Armed Forces of the United States pursuant to subsection 3 of NRS 483.852, and who satisfies the requirements of that subsection, the Department shall place on any identification card issued to the person pursuant to NRS 483.810 to 483.890, inclusive, a designation that the person is a veteran.

      2.  The Director shall determine the design and placement of the designation of veteran status required by subsection 1 on any identification card to which this section applies.

      (Added to NRS by 2013, 1993, effective January 1, 2014)

      NRS 483.855  Registration of certain males with Selective Service System when applying for identification card; application for identification card to include certain information concerning such registration; transmittal of information to Selective Service System.

      1.  When applying for an identification card or for a duplicate or the renewal of such a card, a male applicant who is:

      (a) A citizen of the United States or an immigrant; and

      (b) At least 18 years of age but less than 26 years of age,

Ê may authorize the Department to register him with the Selective Service System in compliance with section 3 of the Military Selective Service Act, 50 U.S.C. App. §§ 451 et seq., as amended.

      2.  An application for an identification card or for a duplicate or the renewal of such a card must include a box which may be checked by an applicant described in subsection 1 to authorize the Department to submit the necessary personal information to the Selective Service System to register the applicant in compliance with federal law. The application must also inform the applicant that by registering with the Selective Service System in compliance with federal law, the applicant remains eligible for federal student loans, grants, benefits relating to job training, most federal jobs and, if applicable, citizenship in the United States.

      3.  If an applicant indicates on his application that he wishes the Department to forward the necessary personal information to the Selective Service System, the Department shall forward that information to the Selective Service System in an electronic format.

      (Added to NRS by 2009, 713)

      NRS 483.860  Proof of full legal name and age; regulations; consular identification cards. [Effective through December 31, 2013.]

      1.  Every applicant for an identification card must furnish proof of his or her full legal name and age by presenting an original or certified copy of the required documents as prescribed by regulation.

      2.  The Director shall adopt regulations:

      (a) Prescribing the documents an applicant may use to furnish proof of his or her full legal name and age to the Department; and

      (b) Setting forth criteria pursuant to which the Department will issue or refuse to issue an identification card in accordance with this section to a person who is a citizen of a state, the District of Columbia, any territory of the United States or a foreign country. The criteria pursuant to which the Department shall issue or refuse to issue an identification card to a citizen of a foreign country must be based upon the purpose for which that person is present within the United States.

      3.  Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, the Department shall not accept a consular identification card as proof of the age or identity of an applicant for an identification card. As used in this subsection, “consular identification card” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 232.006.

      (Added to NRS by 1975, 786; A 1985, 1942; 1989, 476; 1995, 36; 2003, 1241, 1935, 2467; 2007, 2791)

      NRS 483.860  Proof of full legal name and age; regulations; consular identification cards. [Effective January 1, 2014.]

      1.  Every applicant for an identification card must furnish proof of his or her full legal name and age by presenting:

      (a) An original or certified copy of the required documents as prescribed by regulation; or

      (b) A photo identification card issued by the Department of Corrections pursuant to NRS 209.511.

      2.  The Director shall adopt regulations:

      (a) Prescribing the documents an applicant may use to furnish proof of his or her full legal name and age to the Department pursuant to paragraph (a) of subsection 1; and

      (b) Setting forth criteria pursuant to which the Department will issue or refuse to issue an identification card in accordance with this section to a person who is a citizen of a state, the District of Columbia, any territory of the United States or a foreign country. The criteria pursuant to which the Department shall issue or refuse to issue an identification card to a citizen of a foreign country must be based upon the purpose for which that person is present within the United States.

      3.  Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, the Department shall not accept a consular identification card as proof of the age or identity of an applicant for an identification card. As used in this subsection, “consular identification card” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 232.006.

      (Added to NRS by 1975, 786; A 1985, 1942; 1989, 476; 1995, 36; 2003, 1241, 1935, 2467; 2007, 2791; 2013, 1261, effective January 1, 2014)

      NRS 483.861  Proof of compliance with certain statutory provisions required for issuance to or renewal of card of certain criminal offenders; expiration of card; regulations.

      1.  The Department shall not issue an identification card to an offender or renew the identification card of an offender until the Department has received information submitted by the Central Repository pursuant to NRS 179D.570 or other satisfactory evidence indicating that the offender is in compliance with the provisions of chapter 179D of NRS.

      2.  If an offender is not in compliance with the provisions of chapter 179D of NRS, the Department:

      (a) Shall not issue an identification card to the offender or renew the identification card of the offender; and

      (b) Shall advise the offender to contact the Central Repository to determine the actions that the offender must take to be in compliance with the provisions of chapter 179D of NRS.

      3.  An identification card issued to an offender expires on the first anniversary date of the offender’s birthday, measured in the case of an original identification card, a renewal identification card and a renewal of an expired identification card, from the birthday nearest the date of issuance or renewal.

      4.  The Department may adopt regulations to carry out the provisions of this section.

      5.  As used in this section:

      (a) “Central Repository” means the Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History.

      (b) “Offender” includes, without limitation, an “offender convicted of a crime against a child” as defined in NRS 179D.0559 and a “sex offender” as defined in NRS 179D.095.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 2886; A 2007, 2779)

      NRS 483.863  Program for imprinting symbol or other indicator of medical condition on card: Establishment; regulations; donations.

      1.  The Department may adopt regulations establishing a program for the imprinting of a symbol or other indicator of a medical condition on an identification card issued by the Department.

      2.  Regulations adopted pursuant to subsection 1 must require the symbol or other indicator of a medical condition which is imprinted on an identification card to conform with the International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modification, or the most current revision, adopted by the National Center for Health Statistics and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

      3.  The Department may apply for and accept any gift, grant, appropriation or other donation to assist in carrying out a program established pursuant to the provisions of this section.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 2312)

      NRS 483.865  Placement of designation on card issued to person with disability which limits or impairs ability to walk.

      1.  Upon the application of a person with a disability which limits or impairs the ability to walk, the Department shall place on any identification card issued to the person pursuant to NRS 483.810 to 483.890, inclusive, a designation that the person is a person with a disability. The application must include a statement from a licensed physician certifying that the applicant is a person with a disability which limits or impairs the ability to walk.

      2.  For the purposes of this section, “person with a disability which limits or impairs the ability to walk” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 482.3835.

      (Added to NRS by 1995, 2762)

      NRS 483.867  Placement of designation on card issued to person who is seasonal resident.  Upon the application of a person who is a seasonal resident of this State, the Department shall place on any identification card issued to the person pursuant to NRS 483.810 to 483.890, inclusive:

      1.  A designation indicating that the person is a seasonal resident; and

      2.  A statement indicating that the person holds a valid driver’s license from another state or jurisdiction.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 2987)

      NRS 483.870  Validity of card; surrender of card; report of change of information or loss of card.

      1.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 483.875, an identification card that is issued to:

      (a) A seasonal resident remains valid until its expiration date so long as the person does not become licensed in Nevada to drive a motor vehicle and the facts and circumstances declared in the application and stated on the card do not change. An identification card must be surrendered by a seasonal resident upon issuance of a Nevada driver’s license.

      (b) A resident remains valid until its expiration date so long as the person does not become licensed in any state or jurisdiction to drive a motor vehicle and the facts and circumstances declared in the application and stated on the card do not change. An identification card must be surrendered by a resident upon issuance of a driver’s license from any state or jurisdiction.

      2.  The holder of an identification card shall promptly report any change in the information declared in the application and stated in the card to the Department.

      3.  Any change occurring in the holder’s address or name as the result of marriage or otherwise or any loss of an identification card must be reported within 30 days after the occurrence to the Department.

      (Added to NRS by 1975, 786; A 1985, 1943; 1997, 1386, 2989; 1999, 437; 2003, 1241)

      NRS 483.875  Expiration as prescribed by regulation; renewability of card; duties of and restriction upon authority of Department.

      1.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 483.861 and 483.870, an identification card and a renewal of an identification card issued pursuant to NRS 483.810 to 483.890, inclusive, expires as prescribed by regulation.

      2.  The Department shall adopt regulations prescribing when an identification card expires.

      3.  An identification card is renewable at any time before its expiration upon application and payment of the required fee.

      4.  The Department shall issue an identification card that is valid only during the time the applicant is authorized to stay in the United States, or if there is no definite end to the time the applicant is authorized to stay, the identification card is valid for 1 year beginning on the date of issuance.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 1236; A 2005, 2889; 2007, 2792)

      NRS 483.880  Duplicate card; return of original.

      1.  Upon furnishing information that his or her identification card is lost or destroyed and paying the prescribed fee, the person to whom the original was issued may obtain a duplicate.

      2.  If the original of a duplicated card is subsequently recovered or a lost card is found, the person having possession shall return it immediately to the Department.

      (Added to NRS by 1975, 786; A 1985, 1943)

      NRS 483.890  Unlawful acts; penalty.  A person who:

      1.  Forges or alters an identification card or knowingly possesses an altered or forged identification card;

      2.  Refuses to surrender an identification card for cancellation when so directed by the Department;

      3.  Lends his or her identification card to another person for the other’s use or uses a card issued to another person; or

      4.  Willfully fails to surrender to the Department within 10 days after another’s identification card comes into his or her possession or to return it to the proper holder,

Ê is guilty of a misdemeanor.

      (Added to NRS by 1975, 786; A 1985, 1943)

COMMERCIAL DRIVERS’ LICENSES

General Provisions

      NRS 483.900  Purposes.  The purposes of NRS 483.900 to 483.940, inclusive, are to implement the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1986, as amended, 49 U.S.C. chapter 313 (§§ 31301 et seq.), and reduce or prevent commercial motor vehicle accidents, fatalities and injuries by:

      1.  Permitting drivers of commercial motor vehicles to hold only one license;

      2.  Providing for the disqualification of drivers of commercial motor vehicles who have committed certain serious traffic violations or other specified offenses;

      3.  Strengthening the licensing and testing standards for drivers of commercial motor vehicles; and

      4.  Ensuring that drivers of commercial motor vehicles carrying hazardous materials are qualified to operate a commercial motor vehicle in accordance with all regulations pertaining to the transportation of hazardous materials and have the skills and knowledge necessary to respond appropriately to any emergency arising out of the transportation of hazardous materials.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1115)

      NRS 483.902  Applicability.  The provisions of NRS 483.900 to 483.940, inclusive, apply only with respect to commercial drivers’ licenses.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1116; A 2009, 715; 2011, 405)

      NRS 483.904  Definitions.  As used in NRS 483.900 to 483.940, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires:

      1.  “Commercial driver’s license” means a license issued to a person which authorizes the person to drive a class or type of commercial motor vehicle.

      2.  “Commercial Driver’s License Information System” means the information system maintained by the Secretary of Transportation pursuant to 49 U.S.C. § 31309 to serve as a clearinghouse for locating information relating to the licensing, identification and disqualification of operators of commercial motor vehicles.

      3.  “Out-of-service order” means a temporary prohibition against:

      (a) A person operating a commercial motor vehicle as such a prohibition is described in 49 C.F.R. § 395.13; or

      (b) The operation of a commercial motor vehicle as such a prohibition is described in 49 C.F.R. § 396.9(c).

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1116; A 2009, 715; 2011, 405)

Administration

      NRS 483.906  Authority of Department.  The Department may enter into or make agreements, arrangements or declarations to carry out the provisions of NRS 483.900 to 483.940, inclusive.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1119)

      NRS 483.908  Adoption of regulations.  The Department shall adopt regulations:

      1.  Providing for the issuance, expiration, renewal, suspension, revocation and reinstatement of commercial drivers’ licenses;

      2.  Providing the same exemptions allowed pursuant to federal regulations for farmers, firefighters, military personnel or any other class of operators or vehicles for which exemptions are authorized by federal law or regulations;

      3.  Specifying the violations which constitute grounds for disqualification from driving a commercial motor vehicle and the penalties associated with each violation;

      4.  Setting forth a schedule of various alcohol concentrations and the penalties which must be imposed if those concentrations are detected in the breath, blood, urine or other bodily substances of a person who is driving, operating or is in actual physical control of a commercial motor vehicle; and

      5.  Necessary to enable it to carry out the provisions of NRS 483.900 to 483.940, inclusive.

Ê The Department shall not adopt regulations which are more restrictive than the federal regulations adopted pursuant to the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1986, as amended, 49 U.S.C. chapter 313 (§§ 31301 et seq.).

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1119; A 1999, 3414)

      NRS 483.910  Schedule of fees. [Effective through July 7, 2014.]

      1.  The Department shall charge and collect the following fees:

 

For an original commercial driver’s license which requires the Department to administer a driving skills test     $84

For an original commercial driver’s license which does not require the Department to administer a driving skills test       54

For renewal of a commercial driver’s license which requires the Department to administer a driving skills test  84

For renewal of a commercial driver’s license which does not require the Department to administer a driving skills test   54

For reinstatement of a commercial driver’s license after suspension or revocation of the license for a violation of NRS 484C.110, 484C.120, 484C.130 or 484C.430, or pursuant to NRS 484C.210 and 484C.220, or pursuant to 49 C.F.R. § 383.51(b)(2)(i) or (ii)........................................................................................ 145

For reinstatement of a commercial driver’s license after suspension, revocation, cancellation or disqualification of the license, except a suspension or revocation for a violation of NRS 484C.110, 484C.120, 484C.130 or 484C.430, or pursuant to NRS 484C.210 and 484C.220, or pursuant to 49 C.F.R. § 383.51(b)(2)(i) or (ii)          110

For the transfer of a commercial driver’s license from another jurisdiction, which requires the Department to administer a driving skills test.................................................................................................. 84

For the transfer of a commercial driver’s license from another jurisdiction, which does not require the Department to administer a driving skills test.......................................................................... 54

For a duplicate commercial driver’s license......................................................... 19

For any change of information on a commercial driver’s license...................... 9

For each endorsement added after the issuance of an original commercial driver’s license    14

For the administration of a driving skills test to change any information on, or add an endorsement to, an existing commercial driver’s license.............................................................................. 30

 

      2.  The Department shall charge and collect an annual fee of $555 from each person who is authorized by the Department to administer a driving skills test pursuant to NRS 483.912.

      3.  An additional charge of $3 must be charged for each knowledge test administered to a person who has twice failed the test.

      4.  An additional charge of $25 must be charged for each driving skills test administered to a person who has twice failed the test.

      5.  The increase in fees authorized in NRS 483.347 must be paid in addition to the fees charged pursuant to this section.

      6.  The Department shall charge an applicant for a hazardous materials endorsement an additional fee for the processing of fingerprints. The Department shall establish the additional fee by regulation, except that the amount of the additional fee must not exceed the sum of the amount charged by the Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History and each applicable federal agency to process the fingerprints for a background check of the applicant in accordance with Section 1012 of the Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act (USA PATRIOT ACT) of 2001, 49 U.S.C. § 5103a.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1119; A 1993, 1242; 1995, 16; 1997, 1222; 2003, 1241; 2005, 136; 2009, 61, 1865)

      NRS 483.910  Schedule of fees. [Effective July 8, 2014.]

      1.  The Department shall charge and collect the following fees:

 

For an original commercial driver’s license or nonresident commercial driver’s license which expires on the eighth anniversary of the date of issuance of the license ........................................................ $108

For an original commercial driver’s license, nonresident commercial driver’s license, commercial learner’s permit or nonresident commercial learner’s permit which expires on or before the fourth anniversary of the birthday of the licensee or permit holder.................................................................................................. 54

For renewal of a commercial driver’s license or nonresident commercial driver’s license which expires on the eighth anniversary of the date of issuance of the license .................................... 108

For renewal of a commercial driver’s license, nonresident commercial driver’s license, commercial learner’s permit or nonresident commercial learner’s permit which expires on or before the fourth anniversary of the birthday of the licensee or permit holder.................................................................................................. 54

For reinstatement of a commercial driver’s license after suspension or revocation of the license for a violation of NRS 484C.110, 484C.120, 484C.130 or 484C.430, or pursuant to NRS 484C.210 and 484C.220, or pursuant to 49 C.F.R. § 383.51(b)(2)(i) or (ii)........................................................................................ 145

For reinstatement of a commercial driver’s license after suspension, revocation, cancellation or disqualification of the license, except a suspension or revocation for a violation of NRS 484C.110, 484C.120, 484C.130 or 484C.430, or pursuant to NRS 484C.210 and 484C.220, or pursuant to 49 C.F.R. § 383.51(b)(2)(i) or (ii)          110

For a duplicate commercial driver’s license......................................................... 19

For any change of information on a commercial driver’s license...................... 9

For each endorsement added after the issuance of an original commercial driver’s license    14

For the administration of a driving skills test for the issuance, renewal or transfer of a commercial driver’s license or to change any information on, or add an endorsement to, an existing commercial driver’s license    30

 

      2.  The Department shall charge and collect an annual fee of $555 from each person who is authorized by the Department to administer a driving skills test pursuant to NRS 483.912.

      3.  An additional charge of $3 must be charged for each knowledge test administered to a person who has twice failed the test.

      4.  An additional charge of $25 must be charged for each driving skills test administered to a person who has twice failed the test.

      5.  The increase in fees authorized in NRS 483.347 must be paid in addition to the fees charged pursuant to this section.

      6.  The Department shall charge an applicant for a hazardous materials endorsement an additional fee for the processing of fingerprints. The Department shall establish the additional fee by regulation, except that the amount of the additional fee must not exceed the sum of the amount charged by the Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History and each applicable federal agency to process the fingerprints for a background check of the applicant in accordance with Section 1012 of the Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act (USA PATRIOT ACT) of 2001, 49 U.S.C. § 5103a.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1119; A 1993, 1242; 1995, 16; 1997, 1222; 2003, 1241; 2005, 136; 2009, 61, 1865; 2013, 1244, effective July 8, 2014)

      NRS 483.912  Administration of driving skills test by person or agency other than Department; credit for passing test.

      1.  The Department may authorize any person, including an agency of this or another state, or a department, agency or instrumentality of local government to administer any driving skills test required by the provisions of NRS 483.900 to 483.940, inclusive, or by regulations adopted by the Department pursuant to the provisions of NRS 483.908, if:

      (a) The test is the same as that which would otherwise be administered by the Department; and

      (b) That person has entered into an agreement with the Department which includes provisions that:

             (1) Allow the United States Federal Highway Administration, its representative or the Department to conduct random examinations, inspections and audits without prior notice;

             (2) Require the Department to conduct on-site inspections not less than annually;

             (3) Require all examiners used by that person to meet the same qualification and training standards established in regulations adopted by the Department for examiners employed by the Department to give driving skills tests in commercial motor vehicles;

             (4) Require that, not less than annually, employees of the Department take the tests administered by that person as if they were actual applicants or that the State retest a sample of drivers who were examined by that person and compare the passage rates; and

             (5) Reserve to the Department the right to take prompt and appropriate remedial action against that person if the person fails to comply with any standard of this State or the Federal Government relating to the tests required for a commercial driver’s license or with any term of the agreement.

      2.  An applicant for a commercial driver’s license who passes a driving skills test administered pursuant to subsection 1 must provide evidence of that fact to the Department to receive credit for having passed that test.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1117)

      NRS 483.914  Department to notify Commercial Driver’s License Information System of certain matters concerning issuance and validity of licenses.

      1.  Within 10 days after issuing, transferring, renewing or upgrading any commercial driver’s license, the Department shall so notify the Commercial Driver’s License Information System and provide it with such information as it may require regarding the person who holds that license.

      2.  Within 10 days after the disqualification for 60 days or more of a person who holds a commercial driver’s license, or after the suspension, revocation or cancellation of that license, the Department shall update its records to reflect that action and shall provide notification of that disqualification, suspension, revocation or cancellation to the Commercial Driver’s License Information System and, if the license was issued by another jurisdiction, to the licensing authority of the jurisdiction which issued the license.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1118)

      NRS 483.916  Release of information regarding driver’s record.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 481.063, the Department shall furnish full information regarding the driving record of any person to:

      1.  The driver’s license administrator of any other state or of any province or territory of Canada who requests that information;

      2.  Any employer or prospective employer of that person upon his or her request and payment of a fee established in regulations adopted by the Department; or

      3.  Any insurer upon its request and payment of a fee established in regulations adopted by the Department if the insurer has complied with the provisions of NRS 485.314.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1118; A 1993, 2482; 1995, 1929)

      NRS 483.918  Department to notify jurisdiction issuing license of certain violations committed in Nevada.  Within 10 days after the conviction of any person who holds a commercial driver’s license issued by another jurisdiction for a violation of a state law or local ordinance relating to motor vehicle traffic control, other than a parking violation, committed while operating a commercial motor vehicle, the Department shall provide notification of the conviction to the licensing authority of the jurisdiction which issued the license.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1118)

      NRS 483.920  Effect of convictions entered in other states.  The Department shall give full faith and credit to all convictions entered in another state and treat them for the purpose of imposing penalties pursuant to the regulations adopted by the Department pursuant to NRS 483.908, as if they were entered in this State.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1119)

Licensing Requirements

      NRS 483.924  Restrictions on driving commercial motor vehicle on highways of Nevada.  A person shall not drive a commercial motor vehicle on the highways of this State:

      1.  Unless the person has been issued and has in his or her immediate possession a:

      (a) Commercial driver’s license with applicable endorsements valid for the vehicle the person is driving issued by this State or by any other jurisdiction in accordance with the minimum federal standards for the issuance of a commercial driver’s license; or

      (b) Valid learner’s permit for the operation of a commercial motor vehicle and is accompanied by the holder of a commercial driver’s license valid for the vehicle being driven.

      2.  At any time while the person’s driving privilege is suspended, revoked or cancelled, or while subject to a disqualification, including, without limitation, a disqualification for violating an out-of-service order that is imposed pursuant to 49 C.F.R. § 383.51(e).

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1116; A 2011, 405)

      NRS 483.926  Commercial driver’s license: Privilege granted; general requirement; surrender of other licenses.

      1.  Any person to whom a valid commercial driver’s license has been issued may exercise the privilege thereby granted upon all streets and highways of this State and shall not be required to obtain any other license to exercise the privilege by any county, municipal or local board or body having authority to adopt local police regulations.

      2.  Except persons expressly exempted in regulations adopted by the Department pursuant to NRS 483.908, a person shall not steer or exercise any degree of physical control of a vehicle being towed by a motor vehicle upon a highway unless the person has a license to drive the type or class of vehicle being towed.

      3.  The Department shall not issue a commercial driver’s license to a person until the person surrenders to the Department all valid licenses in his or her possession issued to the person by this or any other jurisdiction. Surrendered licenses issued by another jurisdiction must be returned by the Department to that jurisdiction. A person shall not have more than one valid driver’s license.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1116)

      NRS 483.928  Requirements for issuance of license.  A person who wishes to be issued a commercial driver’s license by this State must:

      1.  Apply to the Department for a commercial driver’s license;

      2.  In accordance with standards contained in regulations adopted by the Department:

      (a) Pass a knowledge test for the type of motor vehicle the person operates or expects to operate; and

      (b) Pass a driving skills test for driving a commercial motor vehicle taken in a motor vehicle which is representative of the type of motor vehicle the person operates or expects to operate;

      3.  Comply with all other requirements contained in the regulations adopted by the Department pursuant to NRS 483.908;

      4.  Not be ineligible to be issued a commercial driver’s license pursuant to NRS 483.929; and

      5.  For the issuance of a commercial driver’s license with an endorsement for hazardous materials, submit a complete set of fingerprints and written permission authorizing the Department to forward the fingerprints to the Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History and all applicable federal agencies to process the fingerprints for a background check of the applicant in accordance with Section 1012 of the Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act (USA PATRIOT ACT) of 2001, 49 U.S.C. § 5103a.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1116; A 2003, 1243; 2005, 2889)

      NRS 483.929  Proof of compliance with certain statutory provisions required for issuance to or renewal of license of certain criminal offenders; expiration of license; regulations.

      1.  The Department shall not issue a commercial driver’s license to an offender or renew the commercial driver’s license of an offender until the Department has received information submitted by the Central Repository pursuant to NRS 179D.570 or other satisfactory evidence indicating that the offender is in compliance with the provisions of chapter 179D of NRS.

      2.  If an offender is not in compliance with the provisions of chapter 179D of NRS, the Department:

      (a) Shall not issue a commercial driver’s license to the offender or renew the commercial driver’s license of the offender; and

      (b) Shall advise the offender to contact the Central Repository to determine the actions that the offender must take to be in compliance with the provisions of chapter 179D of NRS.

      3.  A commercial driver’s license issued to an offender expires on the first anniversary date of the offender’s birthday, measured in the case of an original license, a renewal license and a renewal of an expired license, from the birthday nearest the date of issuance or renewal.

      4.  The Department may adopt regulations to carry out the provisions of this section.

      5.  As used in this section:

      (a) “Central Repository” means the Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History.

      (b) “Offender” includes, without limitation, an “offender convicted of a crime against a child” as defined in NRS 179D.0559 and a “sex offender” as defined in NRS 179D.095.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 2886; A 2007, 2780)

      NRS 483.930  Transfer of license issued in another jurisdiction.  A person who holds a commercial driver’s license issued in another jurisdiction who wishes to transfer that license to this State must, within 30 days after becoming a resident of this State:

      1.  Apply to the Department for a commercial driver’s license; and

      2.  Comply with all other requirements contained in the regulations adopted by the Department pursuant to NRS 483.908.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1117)

      NRS 483.932  Use of license issued by another jurisdiction prohibited after becoming resident of Nevada.  A person who is a resident of this State for 30 days or more shall not drive a commercial motor vehicle under the authority of a commercial driver’s license issued by another jurisdiction.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1117)

      NRS 483.934  Issuance of license to nonresidents prohibited; exception. [Effective through July 7, 2014.]  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 483.936, the Department may not issue a commercial driver’s license to a person unless the person is a resident of this State.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1117)

      NRS 483.934  Issuance of license or learner’s permit to nonresidents prohibited; exception. [Effective July 8, 2014.]  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 483.936, the Department may not issue a commercial driver’s license or commercial learner’s permit to a person unless the person is a resident of this State.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1117; A 2013, 1245, effective July 8, 2014)

      NRS 483.936  Licensing of nonresidents. [Effective through July 7, 2014.]  A person who is a resident of a foreign jurisdiction which the Federal Highway Administrator has determined does not test drivers and issue commercial drivers’ licenses in accordance with federal standards and who wishes to be issued a nonresident commercial driver’s license by this State must:

      1.  Apply to the Department for a nonresident commercial driver’s license; and

      2.  Comply with all other requirements contained in the regulations adopted by the Department pursuant to NRS 483.908.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1117)

      NRS 483.936  Licensing and permitting of nonresidents. [Effective July 8, 2014.]  A person who is a resident of a foreign jurisdiction which the Federal Highway Administrator has determined does not test drivers and issue commercial drivers’ licenses in accordance with federal standards or who is a resident of a state while that state is prohibited from issuing commercial drivers’ licenses pursuant to 49 C.F.R. § 384.405 and who wishes to be issued a nonresident commercial driver’s license or nonresident commercial learner’s permit by this State must:

      1.  Apply to the Department for a nonresident commercial driver’s license or nonresident commercial learner’s permit; and

      2.  Comply with all other requirements contained in the regulations adopted by the Department pursuant to NRS 483.908.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1117; A 2013, 1246, effective July 8, 2014)

      NRS 483.937  Registration of certain males with Selective Service System when applying for commercial driver’s license; application for commercial driver’s license to include certain information concerning such registration; transmittal of information to Selective Service System.

      1.  When applying for a commercial driver’s license or for a duplicate or the renewal or reinstatement of such a license, a male applicant who is:

      (a) A citizen of the United States or an immigrant; and

      (b) At least 18 years of age but less than 26 years of age,

Ê may authorize the Department to register him with the Selective Service System in compliance with section 3 of the Military Selective Service Act, 50 U.S.C. App. §§ 451 et seq., as amended.

      2.  An application for a commercial driver’s license or for a duplicate or the renewal or reinstatement of such a license must include a box which may be checked by an applicant described in subsection 1 to authorize the Department to submit the necessary personal information to the Selective Service System to register the applicant in compliance with federal law. The application must also inform the applicant that by registering with the Selective Service System in compliance with federal law, the applicant remains eligible for federal student loans, grants, benefits relating to job training, most federal jobs and, if applicable, citizenship in the United States.

      3.  If an applicant indicates on his application that he wishes the Department to forward the necessary personal information to the Selective Service System, the Department shall forward that information to the Selective Service System in an electronic format.

      (Added to NRS by 2009, 713)

      NRS 483.938  Application for noncommercial driver’s license after disqualification for commercial driver’s license based on concentration of alcohol.  Any person who, in accordance with regulations adopted by the Department pursuant to NRS 483.908, is disqualified from driving a commercial motor vehicle based on an alcohol concentration level that:

      1.  Does not otherwise constitute grounds for disqualifying the person from driving a noncommercial motor vehicle pursuant to the provisions of NRS 484C.210, may apply to the Department for a noncommercial driver’s license pursuant to the provisions of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive.

      2.  Also constitutes grounds for disqualifying the person from driving a noncommercial motor vehicle pursuant to the provisions of NRS 484C.210 may, upon the expiration of the period of disqualification specified in that section, apply to the Department for a noncommercial driver’s license pursuant to the provisions of NRS 483.010 to 483.630, inclusive.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1119)

      NRS 483.939  Mandatory suspension of commercial driver’s license upon notice of conviction of violation of federal regulations regarding out-of-service declaration; civil penalties; reinstatement; regulations.

      1.  If the Department receives notice that a person who holds a commercial driver’s license has been convicted of driving a commercial motor vehicle in violation of an out-of-service declaration, as described in 49 C.F.R. § 395.13, the Department shall:

      (a) Suspend the privilege of the person to operate a commercial motor vehicle for the period set forth in 49 C.F.R. § 383.51(e); and

      (b) In addition to any other applicable fees and penalties that must be paid to reinstate the commercial driver’s license after suspension, impose against the person a civil penalty in the amount set forth in 49 C.F.R. § 383.53(b)(1).

      2.  If the Department receives notice that the employer of a person who holds a commercial driver’s license has been convicted of a violation of 49 C.F.R. § 383.37(c) for knowingly allowing, requiring, permitting or authorizing the person to operate a commercial motor vehicle during any period in which the person or the commercial motor vehicle is subject to an out-of-service order, the Department shall impose against the employer a civil penalty in the amount set forth in 49 C.F.R. § 383.53(b)(2).

      3.  All money collected by the Department pursuant to paragraph (b) of subsection 1 or subsection 2 must be deposited in the State Treasury for credit to the Motor Vehicle Fund.

      4.  The Department shall adopt regulations to carry out the provisions of this section.

      (Added to NRS by 2011, 404)

      NRS 483.940  Falsification of information or certification on application: Criminal and administrative penalties.  Any person who knowingly falsifies any information or certification on an application filed with the Department for a commercial driver’s license or learner’s permit is guilty of a misdemeanor and, in addition to any criminal penalty which may be imposed on the person, shall be punished as provided in regulations adopted by the Department pursuant to NRS 483.908.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 1119)