Step 1: Study and Apply for the Nebraska Operators Permit
To earn your School Permit or Provisional Operators Permit and eventually the Nebraska Operators License, everyone regardless of age must pass a written test on traffic laws and signs. 70% of test-takers fail on their first try and end up returning to the DMV.
A proven way to increase your chances of passing your learners permit written test is with up-to-date, online Nebraska DMV practice permit tests. Randomly generated questions test your driving knowledge and prepare you for the real deal.
Fifty online practice permit tests come free with our online Nebraska drivers safety course.
When you're ready, apply for one of the four Nebraska state driving permits at your local DMV office.
Nebraska has four types of permits that allow you to practice driving before getting a full unrestricted drivers license:
The LPE is valid for three months and may be renewed. LPE holders must be accompanied by a licensed driver who is at least 21 years old. Applicants must pass the vision and written tests to earn an LPE.
Before you can apply for a SCP, you must do one of the following: 1) complete a DMV-approved drivers safety course or 2) present to the drivers license examiner a 50 Hour Certification form signed by a parent, guardian or licensed driver who is at least 21 years old.
Applicants must pass the written and driving tests to earn an SCP. You can waive the required written and driving tests if you complete a DMV-approved drivers safety course and receive a waiver from the course instructor.
You must hold an LPE for at least two months and be between 14 years and 2 months and 16 years and 3 months before you can apply for an SCP.
With an SCP, you may operate a car: 1) unsupervised between home and school (including to scheduled classes and extracurricular or school-related activities), traveling only by the most direct route, transporting only yourself or family member who resides with you; or 2) any time when accompanied by a licensed driver who is at least 21 years old.
LPD holders must be accompanied by a licensed driver who is at least 21 years old. You must pass the vision and written tests to earn an LPD. The LPD is valid for one year and may be renewed.
Before you can apply for a POP, you must do one of the following: 1) complete a DMV-approved drivers safety course or 2) present to the drivers license examiner a 50 Hour Certification form signed by a parent, guardian, or licensed driver who is at least 21 years old.
Applicants must pass the written and driving tests to earn a POP. You can waive the required written and driving tests if you complete a DMV-approved drivers safety course and receive a waiver from the course instructor.
You must hold an LPD for at least six months and not accumulate three or more points on your driving record during the six month period immediately preceding the POP application date.
POP holders may drive unsupervised between 6 a.m. and midnight. When accompanied by a licensed driver who is at least 21, the POP holder may drive at any time.
Step 2: Take a Nebraska drivers education course or practice driving under supervision
If you are under 18, you must either log 50 hours of supervised driving practice under the supervision of a licensed driver who is at least 21 years old or you can take a Nebraska DMV-approved drivers safety course.
A DMV-approved drivers safety course will:
With quality drivers education, you can:
You can now take the Nebraska drivers education class portion conveniently online with DriversEd.com. You learn at your own pace and on your own schedule.
Step 3: Take the road test for the Nebraska Operators License
Apply for the Nebraska drivers license at a DMV location near you.
To be eligible for the Nebraska drivers license / operators license, you must:
If you are under 18, you will be issued a Provisional Operators Permit (POP) with the following restrictions:
If you are 18 or older, you will be issued an Operators Permit with no restrictions.
Effective January 1, 2008, the holders of LPE, SCP, LPD or POP are not allowed to use any type of interactive wireless communication device while driving a vehicle. Interactive wireless communication device means any wireless electronic communication between two or more parties, including, but not limited to, a mobile or cellular phone, a text messaging device, a personal digital assistant that sends or receives messages, an audio-video player that sends or receives messages, or a laptop computer.
Who needs to take a Nebraska drivers safety course?
Drivers education is optional for the School Permit (SCP) and required for the Provisional Operators Permit (POP), but a DMV-approved drivers safety course will:
Our Nebraska drivers education class is completely online and lets you go at your own pace and fits your schedule. You'll learn the most up-to-date driving techniques and essential safe driving skills.
Ultimately, if you want to learn about driving in Nebraska and plan to obtain a Nebraska drivers license, this course is an excellent choice.
Does the DriversEd.com course satisfy DMV requirements?
Yes! Our course is DMV-approved and is equivalent to the in-class portion of a regular drivers safety course.
Can I earn an auto insurance discount with this course?
By completing the DriversEd.com drivers safety course, you may qualify for up to 10% off your insurance rates. Please contact your insurance agent for details.
Of course! You can take up to 20% of the course before you need to make a payment.
Our in-car lessons are administered at our local Nebraska location—the Road-Ready Driver Training School. As for experience, all Road-Ready instructors are knowledgeable, skilled, and 100% certified by the State of Nebraska.
The instructors are always well-informed of the latest innovations in steering, braking, crash avoidance, and traffic engineering. Lastly, their active membership in the Nebraska Driver and Safety Education Association, the Nebraska Association of School Boards, and in the Driving Schools Association of the Americas ensures the highest quality of driving instruction.
Our Nebraska drivers safety course includes both parts (an online drivers education class and six hours of in-car lessons).
That depends on your individual pace. In Nebraska, all drivers education courses must be at least 20 hours. The good news is that with DriversEd.com, you can always go at your pace and log in and out at your convenience. Think how fast time flies if you do 20 minutes here and there!
Once you have completed your online course, you're ready to start your in-car lessons. To schedule your in-car lessons, just contact our Nebraska driving school location, Road-Ready Driver Training School, at 402-477-5933.
To schedule your in-car lessons, just contact our Nebraska driving school location, Road-Ready Driver Training School, at 402-477-5933.
After payment, your free practice permit tests will become accessible from your online DriversEd.com account.
After you complete this online class and your in-car lessons, your driving instructor will issue you an official Certificate of Completion and DMV Waiver.
When you go into the DMV to apply for your School Permit or Provisional Operators Permit, this Waiver stands in place of the 50 hours of supervised driving, the written test, and the DMV driving test.
The DriversEd.com course fee covers your online Nebraska drivers education course, a DMV-recognized Certificate of Completion to waive your 50 hours of supervised driving, and six hours of in-car lessons with a licensed driving instructor.
Our online Nebraska course teaches you the most up-to-date driving techniques and includes fun, interactive lessons, which increase your ability to retain essential safe-driving rules.
During your in-car lessons, certified instructors with over 40 years of experience will teach you basic maneuvers, how to manage driving risk, and everything you need to learn to drive safely and confidently.
Once you complete the drivers education class, you also get unlimited access to the online course material, so you can review the course for as long as you need!
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