Obtain Your Road Advisors Guide

Welcome to MyDriverLicenses.org. Find all of the information you need to perform any drivers license process all in one place. It does not matter whether you are applying to obtain your first license to drive or if you are updating or renewing a long-held driving license. The information provided on our website will help you to complete any driver's license-related transaction, from changing the name or address on your license to reinstating your suspended credential. The all-encompassing Road Guide and value-added forms and checklists have all the details you need to complete your vital driver license procedures in the quickest way possible. Just fill out our simple digital form below to get started.

Reinstate Suspended License Guide for Nevada

online assistance services

How to reinstate a suspended license in Nevada

There are several reasons why your drivers license may be suspended or revoked. In Nevada your drivers license can be suspended for violating traffic laws, failure to pay required fees associated with traffic tickets or driving under the influence. Depending on your particular situation for a suspended license in Nevada, you may be required to go to court and/or take a drivers education course in order to reinstate your license. If your drivers suspension is related to moving violations, you may need to enroll in traffic school. On the other hand, if you were found guilty of DUI in Nevada, you may be required to attend an alcohol and drug awareness course. Each license suspension situation comes with its own protocol. It's important that you learn how to handle the terms your driving suspension, from paying fines to license revocation. Once your drivers license suspension period in Nevada has ended, you can then proceed with driver license reinstatement.

Without your driver license you are very limited to your capabilities of daily life which can greatly affect your lifestyle. The Road Advisors Guide will guide you through the entire process requiring little to no effort from your part.

suspended license

Suspended License

Do you need to reinstate your suspended Nevada drivers license? We've collected all the information you need to expedite and simplify the process. Before you reinstate your suspended license by mail or by visiting a local {DMV-C} office, you can easily find the answers you're looking for within our Road Advisors Guide. Click "Get Started" below to get comprehensive application assistance for all the {DMV-C}'s services.

MyDriverLicenses.org is a third party website that is not affiliated with any government agencies. The services we provide are available for free in the official sites or local offices. You can purchase and download our guide and resources for $22.95, which contains vital information in order to perform any DMV service and receive a free $25 gas rebate and other added benefits. By continuing to use our website, you accept our Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy.

Suspended License

In Nevada, it is imperative to adhere to the rules of the road and state regulations. Failure to do so will result in a drivers license suspension, along with severe penalties and high fees. In order to have your driving privileges restored, you will need to abide by the reinstatement requirements listed in your suspension notice.

Common Reasons for Drivers License Suspension

There are various circumstances by which a vehicle driver may face a license suspension. Below are a few of the most common instances. Your license to drive will be suspended if:

  • You are found guilty of a graffiti violation.
  • You are a juvenile in possession of a firearm.
  • You are involved in a personal injury or property damage accident that results in over $750 of damages, and in which you do not have liability insurance.
  • You fail to pay a traffic ticket or appear in court on time.
  • You accumulate 12 or more points on your driving record in a year's time.
  • You cause a collision with an individual behind a bicycle or with a pedestrian.
  • You are caught driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol as it is revealed either through a breath, blood or urine test; or if you are convicted of a DUI.
  • You fail to make required child support payments.
  • You are a juvenile who is caught buying, drinking or possessing alcohol, or if you are found guilty of possessing, selling or distributing any drugs.
  • You are found guilty participating or organizing a street racing/speed contest.
  • You fail to maintain car insurance.

How to Reinstate a Suspended Drivers License in Person

In order to have a suspended drivers license reinstatement, you must first complete your suspension period. State drivers with a suspended driving license will receive a notice in the mail that states when the suspension period begins and when it ends. For details about your particular case, visit your local DMV office.

How to Reinstate a Suspended Drivers License by Mail

If you would like to receive information about how to reinstate suspended drivers licenses by mail, you will need to write to the DMV Driver License department. When sending your request, make sure to include key personal details, such as your name, Nevada driver's license number and Social Security Number in order to be quickly identified and to have your records easily accessible.

Send any reinstatement-related queries to the following contact:

DMV Driver License Review
555 Wright Way
Carson City, NV 89711-0400

You may also call the following numbers to speak to a customer service representative:

Las Vegas: 702-486-4368 (select option "6")
Rural Nevada: 1-877-368-7828 (select option "6")
Reno/Carson City: 775-684-4368 (select option "6")
If you are hearing impaired: 775-684-4904

Drivers Who Have Moved to Another State

If you are in the process of reinstating your drivers license in NV and now live in a different state, you may request a clearance letter by using the Processing Center Payment Card Authorization Form. However, consider calling any of the aforementioned reinstatement helpline numbers first, so that they are aware you will be faxing or mailing in your fees. A clearance letter will allow you to clear your driving status in Nevada so that you may obtain a new driver's license elsewhere.