Drivers License



The one thing everyone must do is go to the DMV for your Drivers License. However you don’t need to be one of the people waiting 133 minutes. Above is a screen capture from the Nevada DMV website showing live wait times. 133 minutes is not so bad if you ever went to the Nevada DMV 5-10 years ago when wait times were 200-400 minutes daily. But if you are anything like me I cant stand waiting even 5 minutes. That is exactly why we Started a Drivers License Specific Service. Using our Drivers License Service gets most of our customers in and out of the DMV in Less than 15 minutes.

Services include

Lost License or State ID Replacement

First time License or State ID

Switching Drivers License from another State

Switching Drivers License from another Country

Seasonal License or State ID

Here is how it works.

Step 1. Call DMV Made Easy @ 702-858-3279 Or email us @ Tell us how you found our site and you are ready to Schedule your Drivers License Service now.

Step 2. Let us know what day and what time slot you want to come down. IE: Tuesday between 2-4 PM. Monday-Friday 8-5 Saturday 8-4 (Also let us know how long you will need to arrive at 8250 W. Flamingo Rd Las Vegas NV, 89147) 10 minutes, 20 Minutes etc…

Step 3. We will confirm you have all necessary documents to process your Drivers License.

Step 4. Payment. You can pay right over the phone with your Credit Card. It is only $129.00 for the service. You can also pay cash when you come down to the DMV if you do pay cash its only $99.00 We love to give $10.00 Discounts for LIKING and COMMENTING on our FaceBook Page. The shortcut to our FaceBook page is or scroll to the bottom of any page on this site.

Step 5. A few hours before our appointment we will send one of our staff into the W. flamingo DMV to wait on your behalf. If you need 20 minutes to get to us then our Tech will call you 25-30 minutes before, to let you know it is time to meet us. If you are paying cash come a few minutes early.

Step 6. When you arrive meet us at our Monster Truck.


We will have one of our staff walk you in the DMV. In 5-15 minutes you will be all finished. Fast & Easy


If you need to take the driving skills test and are unable to wait for an appointment call us @ 702-858-3279 we can get you in as early as tomorrow. Call us for details and pricing.


Drivers Handbook

Use the Driver Handbook to study for the written test.

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Beginning Driver Training Guide

The Beginning Driver guide is for practical training.

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Non-Commercial Study Guide

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Click HereĀ Full Handbook 160 Pages

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New Drivers

  1. 1

    Study the Nevada drivers manual. A drivers manual can be obtained from any DMV office location or can be downloaded from the DMV website.

    • Visit the DMV website listed in the Sources section of this article and click on the “Forms” link at the top of your session to find and download a copy of the drivers manual.
  2. 2

    Attend a drivers education course if you are under 18 years of age. The course is a total of 30 classroom hours and will require you to complete at least 50 hours of on-hands driving experience.

    • Enroll for a drivers education course at a public or private high school, or enroll for a course at a DMV-licensed professional driving school.
    • To access a list of professional driving schools, visit the DMV website in the Sources section of this article and click on “Professional” under the Driving Schools category. You may also call the main DMV office at 775-684-4830.
    • Obtain your Certificate of Completion. The Certificate of Completion is given to you after you have completed the drivers education course. You must bring this document to the DMV with the other required documents.
  3. 3

    Bring the required documents and fees to a full-service Nevada DMV location. You must complete vision and knowledge tests to receive an instruction permit, which you will use until after you have passed the driving skills test.

    • If you are under 18 years old and are applying for an instruction permit, you must also obtain a “Beginning Driver Experience Log” from the DMV, which you will be required to fill out each time you drive.
  4. 4

    Take the vision test. Your vision must be 20 over 40 or better to gain full driving privileges; otherwise, you may be denied a license or have driving restrictions.

  5. 5

    Take the written knowledge test. You must have a score of 80 or better to pass the knowledge test.

  6. 6

    Schedule an appointment to take the driving skills test. You can schedule an appointment online or over the telephone. You cannot earn a drivers license until you have passed the skills test.

    • Visit the DMV website featured in the Sources section of this article and click on the link for “Online Drive Test Scheduling” to make your appointment.
    • If you prefer to schedule an appointment over the telephone, call the appropriate number for your area. Las Vegas residents can call 702-486-4368 and select option 3, residents from Reno, Sparks, or Carson City should call 775-684-4368 and select option 6, and residents that live in all other parts of Nevada can call 1-877-368-7828 and select option 6.
  7. 7

    Attend your skills test appointment with a registered and insured vehicle. An examiner will be inspecting the car for safety and will check its insurance and registration.

  8. 8

    Wait to receive your drivers license in the mail after completing the skills test. Your drivers license will be mailed to you within 10 business days.

    • If you are under 16 years of age, you will receive an instruction permit until you become 16 years old. At that time, you can then apply for a full drivers license.
    • If you want to receive an interim document that gives you full driving privileges before you receive your drivers license in the mail, you must pay an additional fee of 3 dollars.