Driving School

Drive Smart
420 N Nellis Blvd. Ste A3
Las Vegas, NV 89110

Drive SmartFAQ's

How do I know if Drive Smart is certified by Nevada's DMV to offer behind-the-wheel training courses?
While we do include Drive Smart's contact information in our driving school directory, we cannot say with certainty as to whether Drive Smart is licensed by the State of Nevada.  We recommend that you either contact Drive Smart directly or possibly the Nevada DMV to find out if Drive Smart is a licensed driver training school.
Somebody told me that I can skip out of attending a driver training school if my parents give me behind-the-wheel training instead. Is that permissible in Nevada?
Each state has its own laws regarding driver training.  Some states will allow parentally-supervised driver training as a substitute for attending a behind-the-wheel training course which is taught by a professional driving instructor.  However, not all states allow this.  You should contact the Nevada DMV to find out for sure.
What if I don't know how to operate a stick-shift automobile? Does Drive Smart have automatic-shift vehicles that I can drive when I do my driver training?
If you're taking a Las Vegas Nevada driver training class, chances are you don't know how to drive ANY vehicle yet-- manual or automatic.  However, if you prefer an automatic vehicle then you should tell Drive Smart that prior to registering for the course in order to make sure they can accommodate you. 
Since I live way out in a rural area where driving on dirt roads and rugged terrain is the norm, will Drive Smart be able to teach me how to drive in a rural environment? Or do they only prepare you for city-driving?
Since you live in the country, odds are that any local driving school in your area such as Drive Smart will want you to be able to drive safely on unpaved roads and rugged terrain.  We recommend that you contact Drive Smart directly to find out exactly what they offer.
Now that I'm 14, will Nevada allow me to get an instruction permit to drive?
Not likely.  Most states require residents to be at least 15 or 15 1/2 years old before applying for a learner's permit.  We recommend that your contact the Nevada DMV office or a Nevada-approved driver training institute such as Drive Smart to learn more about the minimum driving age requirement in Nevada.
Is taking a drivers education course in a classroom or online sufficient in Las Vegas Nevada or do I also have to take a behind-the-wheel training class with a professional driving instructor?
It depends on what the Nevada's laws require, but many states do mandate that new, young drivers to enroll in a behind-the-wheel training class with a professional driving instructor as well as a drivers education classroom or online course.
If I need to sign up to take a Las Vegas Nevada driver training program, can Drive Smart help?
Yes.  Drive Smart offers driving courses in Las Vegas Nevada.  For more information about the type of behind-the-wheel training Drive Smart offers and the training schedule, you should contact them directly.
What type of driver ed do I need before Nevada will give me a driver's license?
Each state has its own requirements concerning drivers education, although you should know that most states now mandate all new, young drivers to sign up to take a drivers education classroom or online course as well as a driver training course.  Drive Smart may be able to help you meet the driver training requirement in Nevada.  Please contact either Drive Smart or the Nevada DMV for more information.
Is a behind-the-wheel training course a prerequisite in Las Vegas Nevada for me to get a drivers license?
The law in Nevada requires that all drivers complete a driver training course as part of their driver education.  You should contact Drive Smart directly to find out about the types of courses they offer.
Am I required to obtain my instruction permit in Nevada before I am permitted to enroll in a behind-the-wheel training course like the one Drive Smart gives its students?
Laws vary from state to state, however most states do require that you receive an learner's permit before you can sign up to take a behind-the-wheel training course like the one that Drive Smart gives its students.