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The Driver License Compact is an agreement between states in the United States of America. The compact is used to exchange data between motorist's home state and a state where the motorist incurred a vehicular infraction. Not all states are members, and states respond to the data differently.[1]

A driver license suspension or revocation is a separate action from any court case. Reinstatement of your driving privileges is not automatic. You must follow DMV reinstatement procedures and physically receive a license to regain your driving privileges, even if your criminal charges were dismissed or reduced. 16,278 Tanker Truck Driver jobs available on Indeed.com. Apply to Truck Driver, Delivery Driver, Tanker Driver and more! The Department is authorized to waive the fee for homeless persons 25 and older to obtain a duplicate Nevada driver's license or ID card. This is a one-time exemption for duplicates only. You must apply for this in person at a DMV office and complete the declaration form. Declaration of Homeless Status (DMV 128).

  1. The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) offers a sizable catalog of online driver and vehicle forms, many of which you can download. below. If you can't find the form you need, you may need to pick it up in person at your local DMV agency. You can also find manuals on our pages with NV driver and motorcycle handbooks.
  2. Renewals with Address Change Top ↑. You can change your address and renew through MyDMV.If you do not have a renewal notice, please email your license plate or driver license number and current address or call (702) 486-4368 in Las Vegas or (775) 684-4368 in Reno.

Overview[edit]

Under the Driver License Compact, which is a series of laws within the adopting states in the United States and adopting provinces of Canada, in order for a driver's state to penalize him/her for an out-of-state offense, the driver's state must have the equivalent statute. If the driver's state does not have the statute, no action can be taken. For example, the state of Indiana does not have a careless driving offense whereas Colorado does. If an Indiana licensed driver gets convicted of careless driving in Colorado, the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles takes no action.[citation needed]

History[edit]

The Driver License Compact came into existence with Nevada becoming the first member in 1960. Organizations in the Western States such as governors came together to cooperate on traffic safety. Under the Beamer Resolution ('Interstate Compacts for Highway Safety Resolution'), Public Law 85-684, enacted on August 20, 1958, 72 Stat. 635 (named for Rep. John V. Beamer, R-Indiana),[2][failed verification] states were automatically given permission to form compacts in the areas of traffic safety. Originally, the Driver License Compact dealt with dangerous driving violations such as drunk driving, reckless driving, commission of a felony involving a motor vehicle and others. Later on, minor violations were included as well. Quite a few states joined in the 1960s but it languished in the 1970s and part of the 1980s. In the late 1980s, there was a push by the AAMVA to get states to join and in the early to mid 1990s, quite a few states joined.

The Driver License Compact is no longer being pushed by the AAMVA as it is being superseded by the Driver License Agreement (DLA), which also replaces the Non-Resident Violator Compact. However, as of 2011, there were only three member states to the DLA: Arkansas, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.

States that are not members[edit]

Only Georgia, Wisconsin, Massachusetts, and Tennessee are not members.[3]American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators:[4] Nevada repealed the authorizing legislation in 2007,[5] although it still generally conforms to the agreement through regulations.[3]

Exceptions[edit]

  • Some states, such as Colorado, Maryland, Nevada, New York,[6] and Pennsylvania, do not assess points for minor offenses and apply the DLC for only major violations.
  • States that are members are free to take action on violations reported from a non-member state as well.
  • Michigan Legislature passed in 2018 as House Bill 6011, officially includes Michigan into the compact.[7]
  • Pennsylvania transfers points from another state within the agreement only if it meets certain conditions.[8]
  • New Jersey assigns two points for all out-of-state minor violations regardless of whether the point values are higher if committed in the home state.[9]
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Agreements between US states and Canadian provinces[edit]

Some US states share information and act on driving violations in certain Canadian provinces, in a similar way to the compact:

  • New York does assess points for minor violations received in Ontario and Quebec.[6]
  • Michigan and Ontario exchange information and take adverse action.
  • Maine and Quebec exchange information and take adverse action.
  • Florida and Quebec exchange information and take adverse action.

National Driver Register[edit]

The National Driver Register (NDR) is a computerized database of information about drivers who have had their licenses revoked or suspended, or who have been convicted of serious traffic violations such as driving while impaired by alcohol or other drugs. State motor vehicle agencies provide NDR with the names of individuals who have lost their 'privilege' or who have been convicted of a serious traffic violation. When a person applies for a driver's license the state checks to see if the name is on the NDR file. If a person has been reported to the NDR as a problem driver, the license may be denied.[10]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^'National Center for Interstate Compacts Database'. apps.csg.org.
  2. ^'Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 72 Part 1.djvu/677 - Wikisource, the free online library'. en.wikisource.org.
  3. ^ abhttp://www.aamva.org/uploadedFiles/MainSite/Content/DriverLicensingIdentification/DL_ID_Compacts/Compact%20Member%20Joinder%20Dates.pdf
  4. ^Driver License Compact/National Religious Vocation Conference member status
  5. ^2007 Nev. Stat. 2781
  6. ^ abNew York State Department of Motor Vehicles: Traffic Tickets
  7. ^'Michigan 2018 House Bill 6011'(PDF).
  8. ^'PENNDOT DLC Fact Sheet'(PDF).
  9. ^New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission: Violations committed in other states
  10. ^National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: National Driver Register (NDR)Archived August 11, 2011, at the Wayback Machine
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Ordering OptionsTop ↑

Duplicate cards are mailed and will contain your existing photo. They are not issued over the counter at DMV offices. See Fees for fee information.

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Online

You may order a duplicate online through a MyDMV account.

If you do not have the information needed to set up a MyDMV account, please order in person.

Some restrictions apply:

  • The card must not expire within the next 60 days
  • A driver's license, instruction permit or DAC must not be suspended or revoked
  • There is no change of address since the license was last issued
  • Commercial license duplicates must be ordered in person at a CDL Office
  • Please review the Real ID information below. If you order a duplicat in person, you may wish to upgrade to a Real ID if you have not already done so.

If you are temporarily outside of Nevada, please contact us.

In Person

Make an appointment at larger DMV offices. Complete the application in advance. See the Real ID information below if you have not already upgraded to a Real ID.

Application for Driving Privileges or ID Card (DMV 002):
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Real ID

If your license or ID had a gold star in the upper right corner, you already have a Real ID. Your duplicate will contain the star. You do not have to submit any additional documentation.

If not, your duplicate will be marked 'NOT FOR OFFICIAL FEDERAL USE.'

A Real ID will be required for those who wish to use a driver's license or state ID to board aircraft beginning October 1, 2021. See DHS Real ID Information for details and other instances where a Real ID is required.

You must visit a DMV office and submit proof of identity and address to obtain a Real ID. You can upgrade at the same time as you order a duplicate or complete another DMV transaction.

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Visit GetRealNevada.com and The Real ID Act in Nevada to determine whether a Real ID is right for you.

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25 Years of Age and Older
The Department is authorized to waive the fee for homeless persons 25 and older to obtain a duplicate Nevada driver's license or ID card. This is a one-time exemption for duplicates only. You must apply for this in person at a DMV office and complete the declaration form.

You may be required to reimburse the $4.25 photo and technology fees to the Department at the time of your next regular renewal if you are employed at the time of the renewal.
The fee exemption does not apply to:

  • New residents obtaining a Nevada license or ID for the first time
  • Renewals
  • Any fees or requirements associated with a license suspension or revocation
  • Commercial licenses

Under 25 Years of Age

The Department is authorized to waive the fee for homeless persons under 25 to obtain an original, renewal or duplicate Nevada driver’s license or ID card. This is a one-time exemption. You must apply for this in person at a DMV office and complete the declaration form.

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You are not required to reimburse any fees waived for this exemption.

Released Prisoners

The Department is authorized to waive the $18.25 duplicate fee for persons who have been released from prison or jail within the past 90 days. You must supply official documentation of your release date from the Nevada Department of Corrections, its counterpart in another state or a local jail.

This is a one-time exemption for duplicates only. You must apply for this in person at a DMV office, complete the request form and provide documentation of your release date.

You may be required to reimburse the $4.25 photo and technology fees to the Department at the time of your next regular renewal if you are employed at the time of the renewal.

The fee exemption does not apply to:

  • New residents obtaining a Nevada license or ID for the first time
  • Renewals
  • Any fees or requirements associated with a license suspension or revocation
  • Commercial licenses

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See the Released Prisoner or Inmate Driver’s License and Identification Card Information (DMV 013) for information on original licenses and renewals.