Drive Friendly Driving School Defensive & Truck Courses in Las Vegas, NV
We are a family owned and operated, and offers the approved 30 hour classroom course in three locations in the valley. It includes your workbook and DMV Handbooks. You can finish in as little as 2 weekends.
We know that some drivers violate because they are ignorant of the law, and many because they failed to develop a mature, responsible attitude toward their duty as drivers. The traffic safety course represents an effort on the part of your community to save lives and property - possibly your own - through a course of instruction and testing designed to make you a better driver. This course can help you if you are a normal person with normal respect for the rights and safety of others. It can do nothing for you if you are one of a small number who violate the law deliberately.
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Traffic laws are made for the safety and convenience of those who use our streets and highways. Traffic regulations grow out of experience. They are based on the practices which the majority users have found to be good. Practices found to be good are finally enacted into laws. Most motorists realize that complying with such regulations is a good thing to do, and so observe these laws voluntarily.
Students 15, 16, or 17 years of age and want to apply for your license...here's what you must do. First, you must successfully complete a DMV approved driver education course consisting of of 30 hours of classroom instruction. 2. Second, obtain your instruction permit from the DMV by completing the application and passing the computer examination. Instruction permits are available to persons 151/2, 16, or 17 years of age. 3. Third, you must complete a minimum of 50 hours of supervised behind the wheel experience. A parent or guardian attests that this training has been completed when you apply for your license; and a DMV log sheet must be maintained. 4. Finally, present your learner's permit, 50 hour log sheet, and Driver Education certificate to the Driver Examiner at a DMV driver license examination station, and pass the road test, with a score of 80% or higher.