Traffic Safety School
If you have accumulated between three and 11 points, you may have three points removed by completing a traffic safety course only if the course is not part of a plea-bargain agreement with a court of law. If the course is required to complete a plea bargain with a court, no credit is given.
The school must be one of those approved by the DMV. You may attend traffic school only once in a 12-month period to remove points from your record.
Attending traffic safety school removes three demerit points. However, the record of the conviction remains part of your driving history.
See Traffic Safety Schools for a list of DMV-certified schools. Schools report course completions directly to the DMV.
Out-of-State Issues and Answers
Nevada residents who received a citation in another state - Contact the court of jurisdiction as listed on the citation for possible plea bargain arrangements. Any conviction will become part of your Nevada driving record. Out-of-state convictions do not generate demerit points.
Residents of another state who received a citation in Nevada - Contact the court of jurisdiction as listed on the citation for possible plea bargain arrangements. Nevada courts may or may not accept out-of-state schools.
If you have already paid the citation or have been convicted of an offense, you should contact your home state DMV for their policy on demerit points and traffic safety schools.
See Links to All 50 State DMV's. There is no need to contact the Nevada DMV.