NRS 486.375
Qualifications of instructor

  • standards for licensing instructors.


A person who:


Is a resident of this State or is a member of the Armed Forces of the United States stationed at a military installation located in Nevada;


Is at least 21 years old;


Holds a motorcycle driver’s license or a motorcycle endorsement to a driver’s license issued by the Department;


Has held a motorcycle driver’s license or endorsement for at least 2 years; and


Is certified as an instructor of motorcycle riders by a nationally recognized public or private organization which is approved by the Director,
Ê may apply to the Department for a license as an instructor for the Program.


The Department shall not license a person as an instructor if, within 2 years before the person submits an application for a license:


The person has accumulated three or more demerit points pursuant to the uniform system of demerit points established pursuant to NRS 483.473, or has been convicted of traffic violations of comparable number and severity in another jurisdiction; or


The person’s driver’s license was suspended or revoked in any jurisdiction.


The Director shall adopt standards and procedures for the licensing of instructors for the Program.

Source: Section 486.375 — Qualifications of instructor; standards for licensing instructors., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-486.­html#NRS486Sec375.

Last Updated

Jun. 24, 2021

§ 486.375’s source at nv​.us