CARSON CITY, Nev. -- The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles is holding the workshop to discuss and receive comments regarding proposed regulations for the new Driver Authorization on Wednesday, Aug. 7 at 9 a.m. at the State Legislative Building, 401 S. Carson Street, Room 4100.
The meeting will also be video conferenced to the Grant Sawyer State Office Building (555 E. Washington Ave, Room 4412) in Las Vegas and Great Basin College in Elko (1500 College Parkway, Room HTC 121).
“The Driver Authorization Card will allow people without documentation to obtain a regular driver’s license to receive a driver privilege card in Nevada. Based on experience in other states, this will enhance the overall safety for all drivers in Nevada and will lead to fewer uninsured motorists driving on our roads,” said DMV Director Troy Dillard.
DMV is holding the workshop to discuss and receive comments regarding proposed regulations for the new Driver Authorization Card. Legislators have estimated as many as 60,000 undocumented people will apply for the cards.
The main topic for the workshops will be information regarding the additional documents that may be accepted by the DMV to establish proof of residency; and DMV’s proposed document translation requirements.