Court-Referred Traffic School

Nevada Traffic School

Nevada DMV-Licensed

Our Nevada Traffic School course is licensed by the Nevada DMV.

What Is the "Court-Referred" Option?

Our "Court-Referred" option is for drivers in the state of Nevada who need to take a traffic school course as part of a plea bargain agreement with a court.

Please Note: No point reductions are given if a driver takes this course as part of a plea bargain agreement with the court. If you are looking to voluntarily take a traffic school course to get 3 points removed from your driving record, you must select that reason when registering for this course.

How Does the Course Work?

There are just a few simple steps you must take in order to successfully complete a Nevada Traffic School course.

1. Register for the Course

Create a username and password. This allows you to securely login and logout at anytime. Registration is fast and easy -- only two minutes!

2. Complete the Coursework

This 5-hour course is broken up into 5 lessons. At the end of every lesson is a 10-question multiple-choice quiz. You must score at least 70% on each quiz (7 out of 10 questions correct) to pass and proceed to the next lesson. Most people pass the lesson quiz on the first attempt, but you can retake a quiz as many times as necessary to pass.

Our course meets Nevada's required length of 5 hours of instruction. You may complete this course at your own pace - a little at a time, or all at once. We provide unlimited logins so you can come and go as often as you want, and you will pick up right where you left off each time you return.

3. Pass the Final Exam

At the end of the course, you must pass a final exam to earn your Certificate of Completion. This exam consists of 40 multiple-choice questions, and you must score at least 70% to pass. Most people pass the exam the first time. However, you can take it as often as you wish. There is no charge for retakes.

Please Note: The state of Nevada requires students to wait at least 4 hours before retaking the final exam. You can use this time to review the course material and prepare for your next attempt.

4. Receive Your Certificate

After you successfully complete the course, we will email the certificate to you. You must print it out, sign it, and deliver it to the court for credit.