Reinstate Suspended License in Nevada

Nevada drivers have the unique situation of dealing with many out-of-state drivers since the state is home to Las Vegas, one of the largest tourist attractions in the world. If you are an out-of-state driver in Nevada traveling with a suspended license, you will need to return to your home state and fix the issue before you can receive your car or driver's license back from Nevada officials, so keep this in mind.

For Nevada residents, there are specific reasons why your driver's license may be suspended. Here are a few of the most common ones.

  • Accumulating 12 or more points on your Nevada driver's license within 12 months
  • Driving while intoxicated
  • Reckless driving
  • Failure to appear in court for a traffic ticket
  • Guilty of street racing

Each situation will require different standards in order to reinstate your Nevada driver's license. If you are ever confused about any correspondence from the Nevada DMV regarding your suspension, then you can always contact them via this form: