How to Take an Online Traffic School Course in Nevada
Whether you need to fulfill a court requirement, earn a 3-point credit for your driving record, or earn an insurance discount, our Nevada traffic school course can help you meet your goals easily and painlessly. Since the process for each is a bit different, we’ve put together a guide for each option to help you accomplish whatever you need. That way, you’ll have everything laid out in front of you before you even start your course.
How to Satisfy a Court-Ordered Plea Bargain Agreement
1. Enroll in and complete your I Drive Safely Nevada court point reduction course.
At your court date, your judge will have given you specifications for when you need to submit your course completion. After signing up for our course, make sure you complete it within the time frame given by your court.
2. Submit your completion certificate to your court.
We will send your proof of completion to you, and you will then need to deliver it to your court. The court will notify you when it has been processed, and let you know what your next steps should be. Since you are taking this course to satisfy a plea bargain agreement, no points will be removed from your driving record.
How to Earn a 3-Point Credit on Your Driving Record
1. Contact the DMV to confirm your eligibility.
Often, once you have received 3 or more points on your driving record, the DMV will notify you, and you may then enroll in a traffic school course. If you haven’t received notice, it’s best to check with the DMV to make sure you are eligible for the 3-point reduction.
2. Enroll in and complete your I Drive Safely Nevada DMV point reduction course.
After you finish your course, we will submit your completion certificate directly to the DMV. You don’t have to worry about any paperwork!
3. Check your driving record.
Follow up by checking your driving record 2-3 weeks after your course completion has been submitted. You should see a reduction of 3 points from your history.
How to Earn a Discount on Your Auto Insurance
1. Contact your insurance provider for discount and eligibility details.
Your insurance agent will tell you if they accept a defensive driving or traffic school course to earn discounted rates. Many will offer up to 10% off your current premium!
Be sure to confirm the length of time your discount will remain in effect, and whether you will have the option to renew your rate reduction once it expires.
2. Enroll in and complete your Nevada traffic school course.
3. Submit your certificate of completion to your insurance company.
You may usually fax, mail, or hand-deliver your completion certificate to your insurance agent, who will then process it and apply your discount to your premium. Be sure to find out exactly when your new rates will kick in – some companies will wait until your next 6-month coverage cycle, and others will apply it immediately.
4. Enjoy your reduced insurance rate!